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Dine On Feast's New Menu

Dine On Feast's New Menu
By Anna Thong
July 11, 2019
A feast fit for a King

Feast may be new to Bangkok's dining scene, but they are far from amateurs. Since opening in April this year, this chic Italian-Japanese fusion restaurant based in the heart of Sukhumvit Soi 13 has quickly become one of the city's chicest F&B spots.

Walking into Feast when the sun sets on the concrete jungle is like walking straight into the pages of Architectural Digest. The stunning building inspired by Mayfair's sexy social club scene houses two very chic dining areas—a sushi bar and a dining hall—both of which are interconnected by a walkway that leaves you no choice but to pass by their wide-open kitchen. Every inch of their stylish scheme oozes Insta-friendly interior that sparkles with every snap.


Photos: Courtesy of FEAST Facebook
Photos: Courtesy of FEAST Facebook

Inside their gleaming sushi bar, a host of itamae offer a taste of Bangkok's freshest sushi, whilst skilled mixologists pour extravagant cocktails and aperitifs. Right next door harbours the restaurant's main eatery that is particularly reminiscent of a glamorous, English dining hall. There is where opulent chandeliers hang from the high ceiling and a beautifully crafted balcony overlooks the space. 

Photo: Courtesy of FEAST Facebook
Photo: Courtesy of FEAST Facebook

But on to the important stuff! The food. Surprisingly so, their British inspired decor seems to work in perfect harmony with their peculiar menu of traditional Italian food injected with a touch of Japanese delicacies. From sizzling spicy scallops to Italian spicy salami, head chef Filippo and his team have mastered the East-meets-West cuisine.

Photos: Courtesy of FEAST Facebook
Photos: Courtesy of FEAST Facebook

Signature dishes like their Feast Wagyu Tomahawk Ribeye and Yellowtail Sashimi in Truffle Ponzu can be washed down by a plethora of great fine wines, all whilst enjoying the live music that billows from the balcony above. Another edible favourite is the black ink truffle risotto, which is elegantly tossed in a barrel of melted parmesan right before your very eyes (you're welcome cheese lovers). Don't forget to save some room for dessert, too, as their sweet selection certainly lives up to the hype. 

1 Soi Sukhumvit 13
Open daily 5pm-midnight

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