NATICK, Mass., April 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Metro West diners will be pleased to know that a popular Asian restaurant is bringing "Taste, Quality and Style" to Natick.
Feng Shui Restaurant (www.gofengshui.com, 508-651-1234, 11:30AM-10:00PM Mon.-Thu.; 11:30AM-11:00PM Fri.-Sat.; Noon-10:00PM Sundays) held its grand opening on Monday, April 4, 2011 at 801 Worcester Street, Natick, right next to Chuck E Cheese.
Natick Town Administrator Martha L. White attended the ceremony, which completes Feng Shui's tri-pod of locations in the South Shore, Metro-North, and Metro West. The new restaurant seats 240 and features a 24-seat bar with a full liquor license. The Hibachi room can accommodate up to 60 people, while the private room can hold a party of 40. Presentation and karaoke facilities are available in the Private Room with reservations. Free parking is widely available. Take-out is offered.
Encouraged by the wild success of its first Chinese-Sushi restaurant at 380 Chief Justice Cushing Highway, Cohasset in 2005, Feng Shui opened its second location at 285 Chelmsford Street, Chelmsford in 2007, after 18 months of planning, design and renovation. The restaurant became the destination dining locale for residents, and quickly expanded to a second floor of ten Hibachi tables in 2008.
A vacancy off Route 9 caught the attention of Feng Shui's founding partner, Dr. Frank Zhang. "Route 9 connects downtown Boston, Route 128 and Route 495. It is the most trafficked gateway to the Metro West. There's a very well-educated dining clientele in this area. However, there is not an upscale one-stop shop offering Hibachi, Sushi, Chinese, and Lunch Buffet that caters to their needs. We are here to fill the niche." Dr. Zhang's Ph.D. was on location studies.
Mr. Stephen Dong, a twenty year veteran restaurateur, attributes Feng Shui's success to several factors, starting with the food, which he describes as neo-classic Chinese and Japanese: traditional recipes with a contemporary touch. Executive Chef Patrick Shao, Chairman of the International Food Designer Association, and author of "Fusion Design," notes that: "Sophisticated dining clientele creates a challenge as well as an opportunity for us." Dishes must be designed with local variations, in order to please the tastes of diners.
"Taste, Quality and Style" but without charging a high price. The daily lunch buffet with over 30 items including traditional Chinese, Sushi, fruits and desserts is only $11.95.
Appetizers are between $4 and $10, and include Chinese style Crab Rangoon, Beef and Chick Skewers, Japanese style Gyoza, Kappa Sashimi Maki, and Tempura, and Fusion style Vegetarian Artichoke Crepe, Vietnamese Spring Rolls and Crisp Tofu with Bonito Flakes.
Entrees start at only $12. Fusion Style entrees come with matching side dishes and house salad, and include Seared Duck Breast, Sea House Salmon, Cast Iron Filet and Teriyaki Dishes.
Feng Shui Hibachi uses cholesterol-free rice bran oil only. All beef entrees are served exclusively with Certified Angus Beef. Chicken, vegetable, and seafood dishes are also offered. Prices start from $10 for lunch and $15 for dinner, with Kid's portions also available.
The bar and lounge are designed with the "Water" element, with blue crush materials in the background, complemented with comfortable banquette seats on the window side. It is a relaxed atmosphere for after-work hangouts as well as social and business destination for small business owners.
Feng Shui is the best party destination. Let's go Feng Shui!
Media contact: Mike Jackson, +1-508-651-1234
SOURCE Feng Shui Restaurant