From Our Editors
At Fengshui Japanese, you won't only find colorful sashimi and sushi rolls and teriyaki dishes, but also a panoply of Chinese favorites. The cooks whip up housemade dishes from both countries, drizzling roasted duck in a Peking sauce and topping beds of rice with kung pao prawns coated in a spicy Hunan sauce. Customers can mix and match all of their favorite dishes with the all you can eat and drink option, allowing them to feast on California rolls, fried buns dipped into condensed milk, and General Chao's chicken in one meal.
The restaurant serves up domestic beers such as the local Anchor Steam alongside glasses of Thai tea and sake.