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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Feast Restaurant Review: Brits Richard Knight and James Silk, and his wife Meagan, are behind this Montrose area restaurant in the old house that was formerly occupied by Chez Georges. The menu changes daily and favors local produce, but the dishes are based on British and European recipes. We recommend the lamb and beef potpie and the slow-braised lamb neck with apricots, duchess potatoes and green beans (bonus points for the marrow and the fact that the entrée feeds two). Don’t be put off by some of the nose-to-tail items. Roasted pork belly is a crispy porcine delight and the beef tongue and deviled kidneys are far tastier than the names imply. Extras are well-priced: try the bubble and squeak or the sweet and sticky whiskey prunes. An impressive wine list, with selections offered by the bottle and glass (by-the-glass wines are served in a tumbler), includes rustic European labels. The dessert roster is brief, but if you still have room, we suggest the sticky toffee pudding, a British standard. Well-trained staff understands the creative menu, but if you're still perplexed about what’s in the pig’s ear cake, Knight and Silk might just pop out of the kitchen to comment.