Feast, an old house turned into the eclectic restaurant it is today, is the sister restaurant to The St. Anthony’s “Rebelle.”
A very unique restaurant nestled on Alamo Street, just south of downtown, is a locally sourced farm to table organic haven. Feast has an array of dishes, including meat for you carnivores and vegetarian options for the herbivores. These oversized plates are meant to be shared however; Feast wants to make it very clear that you are more than welcome to go at it alone.
To start off our meal, we tried a very light and energetic drink. The Queen, which has vodka, St. Germain, lemon and lime juices, with chips of ice.
We had the Prince Edward Island Mussels served with white wine cream sauce and grilled sourdough bread. This is a mussel lovers delight, because it’s flavorful with robust spices.
The Ahi Tuna Tartar was delectable, cut into small cubes with cucumber, bell peppers and was very refreshing.
The Marinated Calamari, a change from the standard fried calamari we are used to, was delectable served with hot pepper condiment, pine nuts and lime juice.
Sweet Corn Fritters for the fried food lover, it is corn wrapped with poppy seeds, smoked jalapenos, and cream cheese, palatable.
The Ground Lamb Kebabs are very unique as it is ground lamb and not cubes of meat on skewers. This ground lamb just melts in your mouth and is marinated in Za’atar Spices (Za’atar is a mixture of sumac, sesame seed and herbs frequently used in the Middle East and Mediterranean areas), served with Serrano Feta Dip giving it that cool refreshing taste.
The Homemade Carbonara with Pork Belly, served with a thick cut of bacon from the cheek, was served free style by the chef. This delectable well seasoned dish was salty, fatty and comfort food at its finest.
Last, but not least, we had the pleasure of eating The Peanut butter Pie and it’s a very cool refreshing dessert. The Peanut butter Pie is the only desert you will want, and it’s not a heavy desert and won’t make you feel guilty after indulging.
This restaurant is very diverse, energetic and everyone including the manager is working to ensure a superior experience for each customer. The restaurant is filled with modern art and they have a full bar with Happy Hour from 5p – 7p Tue – Fri. Everything is made in house including the sourdough bread, which is prepped 2 days prior to serving it.
**Full Disclosure: I received a discounted price on the food in exchange for my review. All opinions in this post are mine.
ADDRESS: 1024 S ALAMO, SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 78210
PHONE: (210) 354-1024
TUESDAY – THURSDAY FROM 5PM TO 10PM
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FROM 5PM TO 11PM
SUNDAY BRUNCH FROM 10:30AM TO 2:30PM