Feng Shui - Brighton
The restaurant was horrific. No one waited on us for over 15 minutes until we asked. We finally ordered and one meal came out in less than five minutes (likely from the microwave) and tasted horrible. Other meal came out 15-20 minutes later. Overall, service was bad and food was bad. Maybe because of parent's weekend at BC but not really an excuse.
Good selection of menu items. Not very crowded the three times I've been there, which is surprising because the food as well as the location are good.
Good deal for large selection of food.
Always a great meal with outstanding variety cooked to perfection!
Went there for Father's day and the food was OK. My husband loves general gao and he said it was flavorless which is sad as we chose the place for him. We also ordered creme brulee and it was partially frozen so not happy about that. In general my family didn't have a good impression of the food despite its high cost (gratuity for a table for 7 was already included on the bill). It's a shame because the place ambience and look is nice
The food, service, and ambience here is consistently good. The restaurant is very clean and well staffed with a relaxing atmosphere.
We have been to this location a few times. Close to when it open it was dog, good amount, service, clean and attentive.
Our last visit this week was not so good. Service was messy, missed our order, late in serving (my main entry only came by the time my husband was finishing after we reminded them that I wasn’t served yet),
Had asked for a lime for my drink, which I reminded 3 different times and never came.
The feng shui maki was not good. Not fresh and weird pink color, and smaller size then previously ordered.
It’s a pity due to great location and space but Not hurrying to go back.
I went with 2 friends Saturday for dinner. The food and service were excellent- especially
enjoyed the duck pancake appetizer. The music was noisy but waitress had it turned down
when we asked.
The bartenders were very friendly, and gave excellent recommendations!
The food was absolutely delicious but the service was definitely not the best. I think it was likely because of understaffing. Our food took forever to get to us and oddly the only hot food that was ordered at our table was delivered a good 7 minutes before the rest of our cold food (the sushi), so the bringing out of food and lack of timely drink refills, was not ideal.
Maybe I’ll give this place another try on a day when I have a lot of patience because the food is really good.
Pork soup dumplings contained congealed pink slime that I assumed was fat. Scallion pancakes were undercooked.
very casual, laid back atmosphere and wonderful pork dumplings and fried shrimp. I wish they offered a few more veggie options.
Good fresh food, great Asian Variety, Sushi, Dumplings etc...
For uncertain reasons, this restaurant continues to offer ear-splitting music even when it is nearly empty and no BC students are in evidence. Why management condones this is inexplicable, but perhaps spoiling the dining experience is a plan for this restaurant to go under.
This place is an awesome recent addition to the Cleveland Circle neighborhood. Chinese-American staples, sushi, soup dumplings, and scorpion bowls. Service was fast and friendly, food was awesome, drinks were strong. Couldn't ask for more.
On a weekend night, our party ordered a bottle of wine but it wasn't delivered until after the appetizers were served. Our table seemed to have no designated waiter, and it took nearly 15 minutes for one of the waiters to return with our credit card. Finally, the music was so loud that it was difficult to have a conversation. This restaurant needs to re-consider its mission. Is it to become a sports-bar serving food to college students or does it aim to serve the needs of this Cleveland Circle neighborhood? I will avoid Feng Shui-Brighton for a while and certainly not return on a weekend.
While the food was decent the service and value were just ok. The prices were too high for the neighborhood- primarily young adults and college students aren't looking for expensive sushi. Sure, no MSG is worth something but not quite as much of an upcharge as we were given. Further, they didn't bring us sauces and forgot a few of our orders (family style) so we had to remind them to bring out our requests. The kinks could be worked out *if* they last but overall I think the restaurant is in the wrong neighborhood.