A step into Feng Asian Bistro is a step into another dimension. Backlit wood paneling and dining areas faced with thin layers of stone veneer are illuminated by a sophisticated lighting system. Feng is divided into sections with distinctly different dining-review-feng-sign-copytemperaments: an Hibachi room that plays host to boisterous celebrations, peaceful dining areas, a sleekly gleaming bar and the main dining room which is anchored by a sushi bar backed by full wall of scarlet molded paisley.
These were great first impressions, but just as impressive was Feng’s service.
My friend and I were immediately greeted and led to a comfortable booth. A full team provided unfailingly attentive service and information while continuously reconfiguring the dining room to accommodate the various groups that arrived.
– Bernie Whitmore, TasteWorcester.com
Feng Bistro’s menu continued the process of elevating my expectations. From salads such as Brûléed Black and White Figs to the Kobe Beef Carpaccio appetizer, I encountered unique combinations and ingredients. In spite of those temptations, though, the sushi bar loomed large. Our appetizer choice was never in doubt.