Feng Asian Bistro

★★★★☆
  • 93 Asylum St

    Hartford, CT 06103

    Map & Directions
  • 860-549-3364

About Feng Asian Bistro

Hours
Sun-Thurs 5-10PM, Fri-Sat 5-11PM; : Mon-Fri 11:30AM-4PM; : Mon-Thurs 10PM-12Mid, Fri-Sat 11PM-1AM, Sun 10-11PM

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Feng is a gorgeous place, with a very nice atmosphere...definitely an "upscale" restaurant for Hartford. The staff is helpful and polite, and there is great variety in the menu. There weren't many vegetarian options on the menu, but the staff was willing to accomodate. The sushi was delicious, and the entree was satisfactory.

Feng is fairly expensive, so be prepared to spend.

I would go back again, but its more of a "celebrate holidays or birthdays" kind of place, not an everyday eatery.

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Feng is a gorgeous place, with a very nice atmosphere...definitely an "upscale" restaurant for Hartford. The staff is helpful and polite, and there is great variety in the menu. There weren't many vegetarian options on the menu, but the staff was willing to accomodate. The sushi was delicious, and the entree was satisfactory.

Feng is fairly expensive, so be prepared to spend.

I would go back again, but its more of a "celebrate holidays or birthdays" kind of place, not an everyday eatery.

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Feng Asian Bistro is located in downtown Hartford. Feng is a great restaurant with an awesome atmosphere. The sushi and sashimi is very fresh and outstanding. They also offer many different asian dishes that are excellent. This is definitely a good date restaurant. The staff is very knowledgable and friendly. The prices are fairly expensive but the food quality and atmosphere make it well worth the money.

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Feng Asian Bistro is located in downtown Hartford. Feng is a great restaurant with an awesome atmosphere. The sushi and sashimi is very fresh and outstanding. They also offer many different asian dishes that are excellent. This is definitely a good date restaurant. The staff is very knowledgable and friendly. The prices are fairly expensive but the food quality and atmosphere make it well worth the money.

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The confusion started outside with a large sign posted boasting "Valet Parking for Feng Restaurant Customers Only." I thought I was being generous by giving the valet a $5. He said the charge was $8. I said "it didn't say so on the sign." Okay, okay; we paid. Asylum Street's not a good place to park a big car. Seating was prompt, but they sat us in the bar (okay for just 2) saying that the dining room was for reservations. There were only two parties in the dining room; 4 when we left. Silly. Service was embarassingly fussy - not a bad thing. The sushi was fantastic and very creative. The Kobi beef by the ounce, to be grilled by the diner on a heated soapstone dish, was a wonderful idea. But it wasn't Kobi beef, in my humble opinion. The fusion of Nouveau American and Pan-Asian cuisine was innovative and full of surprises. Not one dish was lacking in interest. Bits of mesclun greens underneath some tempura, however, were ever-so-slightly gritty, making me wonder about cleanliness. Wine list is fabulous but pricey. Drinks are Hartford-chic and overpriced, but large. The bartender looked at me funny when the waiter brought an order for a plain, old (middle-brand) martini, as if she regretted being able to make some fruity concoction. The bill came and I braced myself. Yep. We'd spent $285 on dinner for 2. Outside, our car was parked *on the street.* They got a letter from us about that. What if a passer-by had smashed into it? If I pay for parking I expect a secure lot. Next time I want food like this, I'll spend $500 and $35 for parking and go to Nobu in NYC. At least they have *real* Kobi beef.

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The confusion started outside with a large sign posted boasting "Valet Parking for Feng Restaurant Customers Only." I thought I was being generous by giving the valet a $5. He said the charge was $8. I said "it didn't say so on the sign." Okay, okay; we paid. Asylum Street's not a good place to park a big car. Seating was prompt, but they sat us in the bar (okay for just 2) saying that the dining room was for reservations. There were only two parties in the dining room; 4 when we left. Silly. Service was embarassingly fussy - not a bad thing. The sushi was fantastic and very creative. The Kobi beef by the ounce, to be grilled by the diner on a heated soapstone dish, was a wonderful idea. But it wasn't Kobi beef, in my humble opinion. The fusion of Nouveau American and Pan-Asian cuisine was innovative and full of surprises. Not one dish was lacking in interest. Bits of mesclun greens underneath some tempura, however, were ever-so-slightly gritty, making me wonder about cleanliness. Wine list is fabulous but pricey. Drinks are Hartford-chic and overpriced, but large. The bartender looked at me funny when the waiter brought an order for a plain, old (middle-brand) martini, as if she regretted being able to make some fruity concoction. The bill came and I braced myself. Yep. We'd spent $285 on dinner for 2. Outside, our car was parked *on the street.* They got a letter from us about that. What if a passer-by had smashed into it? If I pay for parking I expect a secure lot. Next time I want food like this, I'll spend $500 and $35 for parking and go to Nobu in NYC. At least they have *real* Kobi beef.

Pros: Amazingly creative cuisine in a soothing atmosphere.

Cons: Costly.

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Feng Asian fuses the sophistication of a metropolitan go-to with the tranquility of a Zen garden. The interior is divided into three sections: an unassuming lounge, a fashionably long yet cozy sushi bar, and a spacious, contemporary dining…

 

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