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$15 for $30 Worth of Japanese Food
The eatery's specialties includes the lobster bomb, a vegetable roll topped with Maine lobster and served with creamy lemon sauce ($14), as well as the Crispy Ninja, a rice-free, deep-fried assorted fish roll served on a spring mix ($12). Other Japanese entrees include a dinner of regular and baby yellowtail sashimi topped with jalapeno dressing ($21). Happy hour is offered Tuesday and Wednesday between 5-6 p.m. See the full menu on Feng Japanese Fusion Cuisine's website.
Feng Japanese Fusion Cuisine
At Feng Japanese Fusion Cuisine, the chef gussies up traditional rolls, such as the Hudson, a shrimp tempura roll topped with scallions and served with berry-flavored caviar. Over 80 varieties of fish — some local and some imported from Japan itself — are used in the recipes. Beyond sushi, Feng focuses on traditional Japanese cooking styles, from tempura veggies to katsu pork.
In terms of libations, Feng Japanese Fusion Cuisine houses a full bar stocked with over 30 bottles including house-made asian bitters and japanese whiskey and vodka. All juice is fresh-squeezed, and the drink menu boasts signature cocktails such as the mezcal-based Salary Man, the Funky Town made with gin, OJ, and pamplemousse rose liqueur, and more.