We were past my dinnertime and travelling through New Jersey on I-80, which the seasoned motorist knows is full of exits that trap a driver in a maze of no-turn divided highways, traffic circles and jug handles. So we picked out exits carefully, and this one had the requisite easy off--easy on features. A couple of right turns took us to this little strip mall full of food options, and Fei Asian looked most intriguing, so in we went.
It was near closing time on a Wednesday, and the place was empty. The server seated us immediately and we got undivided attention, of course, except for a carry-out customer. That they were willing to provide full service to late-comers speaks to their professionalism, and service was flawless.
The menu here is heavy on sushi and Thai, with some generic oriental options. My wife has been studying oriental cuisine and wanted to try the Mai Fun beef. She enjoyed it thoroughly, the noodles were perfect for her palate. Mine was the Thai mango chicken, a sort of Thai sweet-sour with medallions of white meat, carrots, red onion, red and green bell pepper, and chunks of soft mango; there's a creamy sauce on top and a good deal of mango juice below. Depending on what veggies you load on the fork, each bite takes on a sweeter or tangier tone so the dish never seems monotonous. This entree came with soup or salad; I chose the won ton soup, and the broth was a little thin but the won tons were tasty.
Prices seemed a tiny bit high, but the place was immaculate, the options original, and the service immaculate. I'm going to remember this place. It's my policy not to order sushi unless I know and trust the establishment, and if I'm able to return I'm going to give their sushi bar a taste.
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