A small group of suburban sushi restaurants just added a new member to its family, albeit with a slightly different focus. Feng Shui Sushi & Dumplings opened over the weekend in Brighton’s Cleveland Circle, unveiling a renovated space at 1924 Beacon St., formerly a Citibank branch.
The first Feng Shui opened in 2005, according to vice president Frank Zhang. There are now five locations — including the Brighton restaurant — in Chelmsford, Waltham, Cohasset, and Tyngsborough. A sixth location is on the way to Burlington. While all the restaurants serve a mixture of sushi and Chinese food, there are subtle differences in the menus of each location.
Brighton’s menu includes dumplings and bao made on site, filled with ingredients such as pork, crab, duck, vegetables, and lobster. There are Chinese- and Japanese-inspired starters, including scallion pancakes, egg rolls, spicy wings, tuna wasabi dumplings, and gyoza.
For entrees, there are assorted soups, rice and noodle dishes, and meat and seafood specials, along with a wide variety of sushi, from rolls to two- or three-piece a la carte selections. There is also a “Chinese hometown menu” with half or whole roast duck or chicken, seafood in mala chili sauce, and spicy beef, plus milk and fruit bubble teas.
The Brighton restaurant also has a liquor license. Its drink selection includes wine and beer, plus sake, baijiu, and a long list of cocktails, including some Tiki-style drinks like mai tais, scorpion bowls, and blue Hawaiians.
Feng Shui is open Sunday through Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 1 a.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.
• Feng Shui Coverage on Eater [EBOS]
• Cleveland Circle Will Get a Sushi Restaurant [EBOS]