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Without question one of London’s best kept secrets, Feng Shang Princess is a floating Chinese restaurants that oozes elegance. Yes, you read that correctly, floating, very impressively in Cumberland Basin of Regent’s Park. This a magnificent restaurant in terms of how it looks, how it feels and, of course, in terms of the fine Chinese food being served. The chefs at Feng Shang Princess combine the traditional with the modern to produce dishes that go way, way beyond what you likely expect from a Chinese restaurant in London these days. Topped off with fine wine and cocktails, Feng Shang Princess is absolutely worth a visit!
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It was quiet noise I was expecting for a relax peacefull sat dinner 🥘 food was nice but we didn’t get table on first floor whc was quiet dispointing 🥺
Great service. Great food. Very happy with staff. Thank you
Food, service, atmosphere are excellent! My friend and I had a wonderful experience at Feng Shang Princess. Come and try this resto. I highly recommend it!
Feng Shang Princess is an award-winning Chinese restaurant in London that we can’t recommend enough for any occasion that demands a little class, a little finesse, or a little touch of something unique. Just off Prince Albert Road, floating in Cumberland Basin, the exterior of Feng Shang Princess reminds us of a Chinese temple with red and gold paintwork underneath traditional, sloping roofing. Particularly once the sun has set, it’s a genuine sight to behold. Inside, the ceiling and the lighting are low, making the whole space feel intimate and almost mysterious.
Now for the Chinese food – the best you’ll find in Regent’s Park or surrounding parts of London – and the drinks on offer. All of it’s refined and all of it tastes fantastic. Begin, perhaps, with salt and peppercorn lobster tail or Szechuan pork dumplings with chilli oil, then follow with Mongolian sliced venison or grilled lamb cutlet in teriyaki sauce. As you can see, this is not takeaway-style food, this is authentic, quality Chinese dining. Regent’s Park is lucky to have Feng Shang Princess and we’re quite sure you’re going to love it!
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