Fengshuii Restaurant has opened recently. Its address is – Shop 9, The Gallery on MG Road, Sultanpur, MG Road, New Delhi. It is very near to Sultanpur Metro Station, at a walking distance. Equally easily locatable if you are coming by your own vehicle. Just keep driving towards Gurgaon on MG Road while coming from Mehrauli side.You will be driving along the Metro line. Keep a watch on pillars on your right side. Locate pillar number 54 and on your left is The Gallery.
After security check, you can park the vehicle on the same side if you intend to visit Mall first. Or take a U-turn at the end and park opposite to the Fengshuii Restaurant.
Its tagline “The Art of Oriental Dining” goes well with the aesthetics, decorum, food, interiors, and hospitality. Parking is free, as of now. And safe too.
Interiors, as I mentioned above, are well matched to present a holistic picture. The sober staff is around to cater to your requirements. Tables are well placed to provide ample space for your comfort and privacy.
Fengshuii serves excellent food
Delicacies are tasty right from starters to the main course to desserts. You have ample choice in vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. Being a non-vegetarian, I loved the latter in comparison but nonetheless needless to say all the recipes are fabulous in taste, preparation, and presentation. I tried all the starters and loved both the preparations of Siamese fish. Salt and pepper chicken is the other that you should not miss. I tried Mocha coffee without ice cream.
You can choose your drink among plenty of options – aerated drinks, canned stuff, fresh juices, smoothies etc. Coming back to starters, in vegetarian, don’t miss Chilly Paneer. It is yummy, juicy, and what not.In soups, I would prefer TomYum which is again non-veg. Having soup is a good practice between starters and main course. It gives enough time to starters to settle down. It also revives your taste buds that you misplace in that taste of great starters. Dimsums is a specialty here. You will find a different taste and better filling.
The USP of Fengshuii is a must try. I had chicken dimsums that were hot and juicy. Mushroom & Cheesy dimsums were equally tasteful. The melting cheese feeling in the mouth is joyful. In the main course, I tried almost every recipe. When I visit there again, I would not miss Nasi Goreng. Nasi Goreng is a type of Indonesian street food that is quite popular all across the globe. It is made of shrimp paste, prawns, herbs, and spices in rice. Well cooked, and sumptuous. Another recipe that I will order for sure is Chicken in Massaman Curry.