Feng Shui's hibachi and sushi menu combines fired Japanese fare and cool roll ups into a signature Asian mélange that earned a TV Diner's Golden Plate Award. U-shaped mahogany tables curl around center-stage stovetops in the hibachi room, where sustenance sculptors craft meals in front of diners. Flames spout from imported Japanese volcanoes as whirling knives divvy up dishes such as the hibachi sea scallops ($21) or certified Angus filet mignon ($25). À la carte helpings of tako ($4.50 for sushi, $7 for sashimi), ika ($4.50, $7) and tobiko rolls ($5, $7.50) satisfy diners looking to craft their meal piece-by-piece. Eel tempura melds with snow crab under strips of marinated Japanese eggplant in the purple roll ($14), which shares its name with both royal sleeping bags and the act of somersaulting in a vineyard.


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