Our family of 14 visited on Christmas night.
I have had hibachi at Feng Shui several times over the past 3 years with different group sizes of 4, 6 and 10 people. Overall, the experience has been consistent; good food (taste and quality) and good service. On this trip, where the hibachi chef was a little lacking in personality, the waitress made up for in service. (This is not a bad thing.)
We were seated promptly (it was not crowded). It is worth noting, past visits we waited as much as 40 minutes to be seated--typically due to the prior party still occupying their table.
Steaks, chicken, shrimp are the most popular items ordered. My shrimp was sizable a tasty.
Steak was also tasty. However, steaks requested medium, actually were cooked as medium/well (warm pink) and medium/well was cooked as well done. Regardless, it was tasty and moist.
Only disappointment was too few vegetables as in 6 small pieces total of zucchini/squash??, onion pieces and mushroom.
Typical entree prices are in the $25 range ( higher for combos w/ filet and lobster).
The entree includes onion soup, salad, vegetables, and 3 shrimp
Sides such as fried rice is an upcharge.
Unlimited soft drink refills.
This is an excellent place for larger groups due to the horseshoe shaped seating arrangement around the cooking surface. Also an excellent choice for children--they'll be entertained by the cooking/chopping/banging/fire and there is ample food selection including for the real little kids.
Two children with us under 5 feasted on chicken and noodles!
Reservations highly recommended for Hibachi.
(Keep in mind, smaller parties will be seated at a table w/others they do not know. If this bothers you, hibachi is not for you.)
Overall, a very good experience. Better than other hibachi-type restaurants.
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