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Published November 9th 2010
The hint is in the name, but these, traditional looking sushi bars, are a bit more inventive about sushi than you might expect. As well as classics like salmon and avocado maki, and crisp shiitake tempura, they do their own take on fish and chips, and offer sushi rolled with cream cheese and Japanese Thousand Island Dressing.
They also do udon noodle soups, fishcakes and salads.
Feng Sushi have restaurants in Kensington, Borough Market, Chalk Farm, Festival Hall, Fulham Road and Notting Hill Gate, where you can expect to sit on benches at long tables or counters. You can also take away and place your order online if you need a fix right now...
As well as serving up some of the best sushi in London, Feng Sushi are also promoting better sushi for Londoners by creating a sushi school, which is on the premises of their Notting Hill Gate kitchen. There their head chef, Cheung Lee will teach you your maki from your hand rolls and how to cut fish correctly. Sushi school usually happens on Sundays between 10:30 and 4, but there are a couple of Saturday evening sessions. It's £150 to attend but you get to eat as you 'cook' and you take home your own creations which they say is enough food for four.