About Fei Jai
Fei Jai, meaning Fatboy in Cantonese is a traditional but contemporary Chinese eatery.
Fei Jai uses the best, freshest seasonal produce available Australia with a commitment to cooking with simplicity.
The respect for ingredients at Fei Jai is showcased with clean flavours and the taste of authenticity.
Fei Jai is pursed in a small ambient space in the food hub of Potts Point, designed with dark, smouldering finishes on one side of our venue ( the original) and than a new space acquired 5 years in Fei jai Next Door was born complete with an open dumpling kitchen and sit up cocktail bar.
Also blessed with tree lined outdoor street dining, Fei jai can accomodate up to 90 guests.
Potts Point, AU-NSW 2011
Chinese, Asian, Yum Cha
Hours of operation:
Monday to Sunday
Dinner 5pm till 10pm
Saturday & Sunday
Lunch 12pm till 4pm ( dumpling menu 12-10pm)
Available 7 days
Delivery via Deliveroo
$40 and under
AMEX, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
(02) 8668 4424
Various Options for Off-Site Catering for groups of any size from 50 guests with our team present. Pick up or drop off catering no service staff from 20 guests.
Contact Nicole email@example.com to discuss your specific requirements.
On street parking
Kings Cross Station - 1KM
Regular Buses on Macleay Street
High density Uber and Taxi service
Private Party Facilities:
Sit down dinner for up to 80 guests
Bar/restaurant private rooms up to 40 guests each side
Stand up Canape/cocktail 90 guests
Private Party Contact:
Fatboy@feijai.com: (02) 8668 4424
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Book early to avoid disappointment.
Join us at the weekend for Yum Cha from 12pm.
Happy hour Monday-Saturday 5pm-7pm
Fei Jai Ratings and Reviews
The first thing you notice is the buzz and the crowd on Saturday night. We found our way to the counter and, yes, they had our (Open Table) reservation, and yes, our table was all set and ready to go. A friendly young women took charge of us and the evening went smoothly and scrumptiously. We shared starters of prawn dim sim and those lovely crispy, crunchy fried chicken buns. For mains we shared Singapore noodles, spicy beef strips, and Chinese veggies between three. It was hard to fit in dessert but we did - chocolate hazelnut and strawberry spring rolls with a very good mango ice-cream. The menu is Cantonese cooking with a twist of fun. With drinks, coffee and a tip, we had a very enjoyable Saturday night on charming Challis Avenue for just under $50 per person. Very enjoyable!
Wow Thank you so much, My friend's and I enjoyed the banquet, there was soo much food we could barley fit in dessert. The food was of a high quality and every dish was delicious and the banquet worked well together.
Service was outstanding and attentive - I droped my chop sticks, and before I barley had them off the ground, the lovely young lady was already standing next too me with a new pair - impressive!
Food was bland, calamri flavourless and oily, sang choi bao very wet and bland, steak tender but bland, seasonal vegies simple but OK. Very expensive. Were told beer was happy hour price but got charged full price. I was drinking beer from bottle and acquaintance from glass. Waitress poured beer from my bottle from which I had been drinking into acquaintance's glass on top of the beer she still had in her glass. My friend stopped the waitress and expressed her displeasure in what was done. I lost most of my beer and my friend did not want to drink the beer now in her glass so we both lost our drinks to waste and the waitress did not replace either of our drinks and charged us for them. The meal was only average and was very expensive. Many other better options at a more reasonable price. Alcohol is way overpriced at this venue - definitely a place to drink water. Oe waiter very helpful and pleasant but we didn't understand his name - maybe Robert or Robin
I wish this was my Local. Always a great meal and great service.
You must try the Eggplant and Crab meat, the Kung Pao chicken, and the steamed fish. Food is always fresh and I recommend this place to everyone I know. The (very) small bar is nice and relaxed as well.
At first we were seated outside because being a Friday night it was very busy. I thought it would be too cold but the heaters kept us very warm. Every dish was beautifully cooked and so tasty. The place has a great vibe. The egg white crab omelette was a real surprise. Comforting and tasty. We were also really blown away by the chicken steam buns. They were a great combination of textures and flavour. crunchy fried chicken, and super soft steamed bun and a sauce that really popped. Overall a really satisfying experience.
A return visit, this time with family, a mix of young and old. All of whom enjoyed the food, and the service. The staff coped well with the busy period, were friendly and polished. A short but choice wine/drinks list with a good mix, as well as a variety of other drinks.
This is a venue that early or late diners will enjoy. Patience may be needed for the 8.15 bookings as not all 6.00 pm diners have regard for the 8.15 diners waiting for their table, which can be a little frustrating. If you book 6.15 don't sit chatting past 8.15, be considerate and continue your conversation elsewhere, and don't get annoyed with the staff if they politely ask you to move on. We will return soon.
Eight of us went here for my daughters birthday. The food was fabulous (great options also for one vegetarian daughter) good service, the staff knew there stuff and although we had an early sitting we were not rushed or kicked out. Overall a great restaurant, we will be back.
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