Feast Italian Kitchen
Very pricey. For the same cost I could have gone to Brioso a few minutes away.
Overall Feast had great food and an extensive Italian menu. The only reason I wouldn’t give 5 stars overall was the service was a little off. It was a quiet Wednesday night so I’m not sure if that played a factor but it was just two of us and my friends food came out at least 10 minutes before mine. The waitress played it off and said she can’t control the pizza making which I understand the pizza may take longer to cook than pasta but it should come out at the same time. Halfway through the meal they put bread on the table which seemed weird to do after we were already served (why not in the beginning?) also at the end I got my leftovers packaged up and I had to ask for them after we paid the check because the waitress never brought my leftover food back out to take home. Very strange that we were literally the only ones in there and it seemed to be rushed and confusing for the wait staff. Overall would go again because the food was incredible but hopefully they can work out the kinks with food wait times and some of the staff training.
Good food. Good value. Will definitely return
Consistently great food, drink and service. I always enjoy this place.
Everything was great.
Good food but some attitude. A request to make a kids pasta with vodka sauce instead of marinara was “too difficult “ for chef. Ordering a full order instead was not difficult at all.
Loved the food. It was a little higher priced than the norm. The drinks were weak considering how much they cost. But I would still go back.
Awesome place - excellent menu choices, great staff and large portions - would highly recommend it
I will temper my comments as the restaurant has only been open about 3 weeks.
I had a reservation for an anniversary dinner and walked in at the appointment time with my party of six.
I walk with a cane and I wear a respirator...the "hostess" promptly took us to the table that was the longest walk from the entrance and was basically a step outside the hallway to the bathrooms.
The bus staff were dressed in "Fiesta" tee-shirts that looked sloppy; unkempt; unprofessional and non-appetizing.
Our server was wearing a dress white shirt that was so tight and pulled so much across her bust that whenever she neared the table and you looked up...you saw her beige bra.
The appetizers eventually made it to the table and before we had finished eating them, the serving crew came out with our entrees...I sat and watched my Parmesan cream sauce congeal on the plate.
We were "up-charged" twice when members of my party asked for Bolognese sauce on their pastas...even though the sauce was available on other pastas. this led me to believe that dishes were pre-prepared and they chef had to make new sauce.
During the entire dinner not a single mention was made of the anniversary.
I was totally shocked when the check arrived and with my usual tip, it totaled $400.
Five of the six entrees were pasta! Only I hade fish.
The restaurant needs a lot more training and concentration on customer satisfaction.
In addition with the over abundance of Italian restaurants up and down Route ( in Old Bridge, I would be hard pressed to pay that amount of money again.
Out first tine there we sat at the bar and it was 5 star all around...the food was delicious, the bartender was great and ambiance was great. So we went for a second time with the family and sat at a table, totally different experience. The waitress was unpleasant, and several boys kept showing up in tea-shirts constantly asking to take our plates away. I just felt very uncomfortable, definitely not a warm inviting experience. Because the food is good and our first experience was pleasurable we will certainly give it another try but will most definitely sit at the bar, which is great!
I would not recommend them right now. The service was not great. They did not get the order right. Food came out way overdone. Salad and Pizza were fine but the main course were not good.