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Feast (Food by EAST)

29 Tai Koo Shing Rd. Send to Phone
A casual but chic setting for breakfast, lunch or dinner at EAST Hong Kong hotel.


Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner daily

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Feast (Food by EAST), Taikoo Shing, hong-kong

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Feast (Food by EAST) Restaurant Review

: Feast (Food by EAST) is EAST Hong Kong hotel's unpretentious café, offering breakfast, lunch and dinner in a casual yet vibrant setting on the first floor. The dining room features purple and orange striped booths and mod-style chairs, while the private room presents a long, marble-topped communal table and windows looking into the kitchen where diners might spy whole chickens on hooks ready to be cooked. The eclectic à la carte menu offers something to suit every taste --- dishes range from traditional Italian pastas to Indian curry with naan to Hainanese boiled chicken with rice, greens and garlic-ginger sauce. Executive chef Colin Gouldsbury proposes appetizers like brown bread-crusted scallops and a gooey goat’s cheese and thyme tartlet. These may be followed by mains such as the honey-lime chicken skewers and crab and chili linguine. Guests can also opt for "The Works" for both lunch and dinner, which includes the bountiful antipasti buffet of salads, charcuterie and freshly shucked oysters (at dinner only, alas); a choice from four or five main courses; and a plate of miniature desserts, plus coffee or tea. Like the menu, the wine list trots the globe with a thoughtful balance of new- and old-world wines from France, Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, Chile, the U.S. and Italy.

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