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About Feng Asian Bistro and Lounge
The Ginza Restaurant Group welcomes another restaurant to her family with the addition of Feng Asian Bistro & Hibachi in Millbury. Feng Asian Bistro & Hibachi offers a unique dining experience in the Farmington Valley. Creating a cross between a family oriented restaurant & fine dining experience, Feng allows customers to chose their dinning experience while not coming short on the delectable dishes. Hibachi offers dinner & a show for customers & is perfect for dinners out with the family or large groups. The main dinning room offers a touch of elegance & sophistication while not coming short on the portions. Finally the sushi is among the best you will taste, as each of the special rolls offer a unique taste & combination of fish and sauce. The dynamic combination of these elements allows Feng Asian Bistro & Hibachi to offer something for everyone. Whether you are looking for a fun night out with the family or for a romantic dinner for two, Feng is a wonderful option.
Millbury, MA 01527
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 11:00am - 9:00pm; Brunch: Sunday: 11:30am - 4:00pm
$30 and under
Feng Asian Bistro and Lounge Ratings and Reviews
The staff was nothing but rude to my friends and I just because two of them didn’t show up on time, when we arrived they did nothing but rush us and make us feel unwanted they even threatened to take away the reservation. Never coming here again and for sure not recommending this place.
Service was terrible. Waitress had no idea what the food was. Waitress in another section made a big deal at the bus station that she saw a mouse. The restaurant has an identity disorder - it was doing sushi, Chinese, and Thai all poorly. They should try to focus on one. Maybe the hibachi would have been better.
A lil on xpensive side for what it is the habachi chef wasnt as good as others in the past he seemd nervous i think rice being made first is a mistake cuz then ric is cold by the time meats are cooked meats should start first rice then veggie so its all warm cuz its always cold chef should interact more with customers drinks are goid bit not strong should be a lil more stronger should have soft music in background and a better show advance the tricks cuz its same every time but overall i like the place i recommend i
The food, drinks and service were so good. The only problem was that we waited for about 20-25 minutes past our reservation time for a table. We had all of our kids and the main reason we chose Feng was so we would have a table ready ahead of time. Waiting with the kids is difficult especially for our 1 1/2 yr old. Kinda defeated the purpose of the reservation.
We sat at the hibachi as a family of four. Two young couples on either side of us. We had hoped for a fun night out with our boys to kick off school vacation week. The food was cooked fine and our chef was not very engaging nor entertaining. Our boys were disappointed and don't want to go back. We have been to two others that were entertaining and engaging. I enjoy the dining side with friends, the food is good.
I frequent Feng. This was by far the worst experience I have had here. The restaurant was crowded and we were seated near a drunk group of 8 women who were yelling. My salmon sushi roll had 2 sharp fish bones in it. The waitress did not offer to comp the bad sushi - I had to request to have it off the bill. My daughter's sushi rolls were put together sloppily they fell apart while she was picking them up. Very rushed feeling. Didn't enjoy this experience. I hope it was just an off night, not a sign of the times to come.
My husband and I rarely dine out with our 8 month old. When he started to get restless a nice server came over and picked him up walking him around the restaurant giving my husband and I time to enjoy our dinner. I wish I remembered her name, we appreciated the above and beyond service.
This was not our first time there. Usally, the Hibachi chefs are entertaining with our children. However, we were rather disappointed on our last visit as we were 8 in all with 4 children and we expected the check to be more entertaining and more vocal - he was not engaging and entertaining with the children ( ages 10 - 8). Was rarher somber versus the other tables where the chefs were entertaining the guests and laughing.....not us The chef we ha needs a little more coaching.
I had the curry chicken with vegetables, delicious. My family (dad, brother,mom and sis) had (in order) shishimi steak, rice with chicken bok choi, pad thai with shrimp. They loved it!. A the apps were good. Crab rangoons, calimari, and kobe beef dumplings. The drinks, my siblings and i had the pomegranate sangria ( not that good) too much rum, usually sangria is made with wine, not rum. Didnt care for it, won't be ordering it again. Server was eager to be done because did not get an option to order desert. He just came with the check and that was that.the restaurant was empty. I would go back but only the bar area or hibachi. Food delicious.
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