Feng Shui Kitchen

1019 Trapelo Rd, Waltham
(781) 902-3202

Recent Reviews


Was best for like 6 months now we get half as much in same feng shui sampler and food was overcooked both issues last two times I won't b goin backFood: 1/5

John L.

The very best Asian restaurant in the area. The salt and pepper shrimp was off the hook. Very spicy House rice and noodles were outstanding. Definitely our new go to in Waltham.

Jeanette C.

Very disappointed the past 3-4 times I've ordered from here. This was our go to place for takeout Chinese food but the past few times the food has been sub par. Last night we couldn't even eat the kung po chicken, it had no flavor and overwhelming heat. My husband said the chicken tasted almost rancid. We got the feng shui sampler and The chicken fingers and fried shrimp were old and very greasy. Not sure what's going on but I'm going to find a new place for Chinese take out.

Matt B

So i ordered carry out, two dishes, they don’t provide utensils, don’t come with rice neither. And (no offense to the American Asian food lovers, but...) you can easily tell it is just very mediocre American Asian food. if you are looking for authentic Asian food, this is not the place to go.

Christina Galyuk

Guy at the front said the sushi was fresh and he wasn’t kidding! Got the sashimi platter and it was awesome, was in and out in 5 minutes

Holly Day

Quality Asian style food!! Meat has a taste different then EVERYTHING ELSE, AND THE SUSHI ? IS FRESH!

David S.

Went to sit down and have lunch but unfortunately discovered it's take-out only, I haven't heard of anything like this in around 1.5 years. There was also a strange male employee walking around by himself wearing a mask and couldn't even see his face. Very weird and strange place.

Brian B

Ordered kung pao chicken. It was not good. The chicken texture was chewy slimy and fatty. The dish also smelled kind of like fish. I was too far away to return it. Don’t recommend. It was expensive (rice extra) but a large portion. Unfortunately expensive and large portions did not translate into good. Three fork fulls and into the garbage.

Robert Arnold-Simons

We placed a large order of sushi rolls, nigiri sushi, sashimi, dumplings and drinks for Administrative Professionals Day. Everybody loved it! Thank you so much! I made sure everyone knew where we ordered from, and you will definitely get our business again. Have a great day!

Michael Morey

My takeout orders are always ready on time, even when ordering hours in advance (love this feature). Just did delivery using GrubHub for the first time and once again right on time!!

Sara S.

This is a great choice for takeout sushi. I work nearby and order lunch about once a week. You can't beat the maki lunch combo. It's always fresh, the portions are generous and the prices are very reasonable. It's also worth noting that my order is always ready when I arrive, and the staff is very friendly and accommodating. Check them out!

Holly F.

Ordered take out from Feng Shui tonight and the food was not hot and seemed to be prepared a few hours before we ordered, The sampler for 1 was very soggy so all of the crispness of the chicken finger made it unappealing:. The chicken wings overcooked, the crab Rangoon wet and the egg roll soft. The best was the beef skewer although cold. The sesame chicken was over cooked and rubbery. The fried rice was hard and under seasoned.

Lucy F.

We are regular customers who usually get take-out 2-3 times a month. Love the taste of the food, but wish they had smaller rice portions available (only large) and the rice is always a bit hard and crunchy (undercooked?). Appetizer portions are also too large. Need to generally offer smaller portions or choices of portion size. Also do not offer pork strips, which is one of my favorites.

Erika M.

The food is really good, although I wish they made the small Peking ravioli (what they call Bejing ravioli) instead of the large ones. The staff are nice and have the food ready when they say they will. The big problem for me is they only offer large-sized appetizers. Since I am usually only buying food for two, this means we spend a fortune for food we barely finish and don't want to eat for days and days. Because of this, we will be looking for a different Chinese food restaurant. It's unfortunate because they are really close and I would like to keep getting from there, but until they can offer an option of small appetizers, it just isn't worth it to me anymore.


Take-out Asian food (mostly Japanese and Chinese) located at the intersection of Lexington Street and Trapelo road in Waltham. Our meal was just okay. I did appreciate being able to “hold” the MSG and salt during my phone order without being made to feel as if I was speaking a foreign language, infringing upon the chef’s political liberties, or imposing a hardship on the establishment as a whole. And the food was packed up and ready to go when promised. Quality wise, it was decent, not great. The vegetable gyoza consisted of six tiny listless dumplings with a mystery vegetable puree inside. To me, it was one big (or small) nothing. Eight dollars down the drain. The Hot and Sour soup was completely botched – the cook must have doubled or tripled the cornstarch such that it poured like loose jello. Yuck! First time ever that I disposed of my Hot and Sour soup in the kitchen sink. Both the Chicken and Broccoli and Sautéed Shrimp with Mixed Vegetables were quite respectable. Nothing outstanding or extraordinarily unique about the preparation, but at least they were good. And the Singapore Noodles were great!

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