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Chefs blend Japanese and Chinese cuisines for a rounded menu consisting of sushi, fried rices, and other entrees

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Margtop reviewer helpful reviewer
15 ratings13 reviews
October 6, 2020
Fuss was fresh and hot. Dumplings are heavy as bricks and just in no way authentic—like meatballs warped in an overly thick undercooked calzone loaf — dough is easy too think! Lack of authentic dishes in general. Three of five stars
charlenetop reviewer
10 ratings8 reviews
January 11, 2020
The service was quick, my food was hot and very tasty .
Reginatop reviewer
8 ratings6 reviews
November 30, 2018
Good food good price and good staff

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About Feng Shui Kitchen

While the sea of Japan separates China and Japan, the staff at Feng Shui Kitchen easily blend the two cuisines on their menu. Colorful plates of lobster tempura and spicy tuna rolls share tablespace with sweet and sour chicken and chow mein. Favorite appetizers from both regions also make an appearance, including gyoza dumplings and barbecue spareribs.