Feast has already gained high praise from the Michelin Guide, who wrote that their dishes “burst with colour and flavour” and they were also named one of The Irish Times’ 100 Best Restaurants.
And after all that hype, their food did not disappoint. We decided to stop in on a Wednesday evening to suss out their new offering after work (after a quick peruse along Grafton Street).
They’ve maintained their original vibrancy and charm while expanding into a bigger space, which includes their velvet chairs and quirky artwork on the walls.
As well as bringing their slick décor, the restaurant has also held onto their original kitchen team – meaning you can expect the same delicious fare as ever.
We were seated at a cute little booth tucked away behind the bar, with a perfect view of the restaurant and their extensive wine selection.
If you’re in the mood for something a little more low-key, their weekend brunch menu looks equally delicious too – think decadent striploin steak with smoked cheese potato bread and classics like poached eggs on sourdough. (Although the buttermilk fried chicken on pancakes with chilli and maple syrup is definitely next on my list…)
Following on from their Dun Laoghaire success, it looks like it’s only a matter of time before they follow suit here.