Our culinary team believes in food that is simply delicious and unpretentious. We are social beings, interested in easy conversation, restorative laughter and a genuine welcome. Come join us around the neighbourhood table.
- Surfaces sanitised between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitised menu provided
- Sanitiser or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Sealed or wrapped utensils used
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
- Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking
- Sick staff prohibited in the workplace
- Proof of vaccination required to dine indoors
Great food and atmosphere
Thank you for the kind words. It made our day!
Excellent food and service, as always! Recommend this restaurant.
Thank you for the excellent review, Joshua. We enjoyed hosting you as well and hope you will visit us again soon. Kind regards, Kaitlind
Waitress snapped at one of our party during ordering process and put us off entirely. 2 of our part did not eat as a result of the experience and waited for the ordered foods to arrive so we could leave to another restaurant.
Hello Kam, I apologize as this is definitely not our service standard here at Feast. I would love if you could email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so we could speak further of your experience. Kind regards, Kaitlind
Nice evening and we were seated in the outdoor covered street patio. We eat at Feast somewhat regularly once a month and always enjoy the service and food. We look forward to seeing what the fall/winter menu looks like and will be back for sure.
Thank you for the kind review Neilk. We will be updating our menu very soon and look forward to hosting you. Kind regards, Kaitlind
Great Saturday evening dinner, service was great and food was delicious!
Great gluten free fried chicken! Shame no cider 🙁
First time at Feast...definitely going back.
Overall a very good experience. We were on the patio however it was getting a little cold by 8:00pm so for the rest of the year we’ll eat inside. Food, service and value all👍
Went for my daughters birthday brunch. Food was amazing!
Disappointing flavours and service.
Good morning, Thank you for sharing your feedback regarding your dinner with us on Saturday. Would you be able to send me more detail about your experience so we can retrain our team. My email is email@example.com I'm looking to hear back from you. Sincerely, Geoffroy
Best (or maybe 2nd-best) seafood chowder around Lower Mainland, including White Rock restaurants! Great value, add a salad and bread and you’ve got dinner, it was that filling and YUMMY! Seafood pappardelle excellent;spouse enjoyed osso buco
Will eat here again
Feast has the best fried chicken. I cannot get enough of it. The white bean and bacon soup was also terrific.
I came here with family for an intimate dinner. The ambiance and decor in Feast is fantastic and the servers were warm and friendly--the mood and the space definitely fits any special occasion or date. It was a Tuesday evening and the place was packed with patrons of the older, richer demographic (this is West Vancouver after all).
However, the food itself does not live up to the price. For a fine-dining restaurant, the $20+ fish and chips was a disappointment to say the least. The steak was smoky and nicely done, but the portion was the smallest I think I've ever seen. The beet/citrus salad was very interesting and the texture was lovely, but it was much too tart and the mix of vegetables and gastrique did not balance out very well. The sausage and artichoke pasta was on the heavier side, but I enjoyed that dish very much.
Overall I would recommend this place for sipping some wine and conversation but not for a foodie adventure.
The chicken & waffles was terrific. I am already anxiously waiting for the next time I can return and eat it again..
Visited this restaurant twice now and the food and service have always been great.
The place was busy when we arrived but soon emptied - which is a shame, as it becomes very quiet.
Feast has a nice cozy ambience and they serve delicious creative dishes. You must leave room for dessert - the doughnuts are amazing!
Had heard good reviews for Feast in Dundarave so booked a lunch for 4 midweek. Open for about 6 months for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch, the new eatery is a big improvement over the former tired establishment in this location. The interior was modern and comfortable with an attractive small bar. Our server was attentive and patient as our party spent considerable time catching up before placing our order. The menu is creative with choices that are appealing. We declined cocktails, wine and starters. The food was a little bit slow in appearing, but delicious. We enjoyed one split order of Fried Chicken with Parmesan Fries added, shrimp Fettucine and Squash and Chickpea Curry. Portion sizes were adequate to generous. The only drawback we found was the prices are on the high side. We had heard this comment from other friends as well. However, the ambiance, service, food selection and quality guarantees our return for a future visit.
Feast was recommended to us so we booked for Feb 14th. My husband and I were not disappointed in our menu selections. The mushroom soup was flavourful and very rich and my husband enjoyed the tuna tartare. WE both selected the lamb shank which again was flavourful and married well with the couscous. The mini donuts were a nice end to the meal. Lovely ambience and although the restaurant was almost full, it was not too loud. We had a great time. We will certainly return.
Food quality was mixed....the mushroom soup and curry were very good but the crab cakes were disappointing. Overall prices were a little on the high side.
For a group of 5 for lunch, food came quickly, was well presented, tasty and used innovative, quality ingredients. The burgers were awesome. A bit expensive but not when you consider in house ground beef, and all the additions on top of the meat...the bacon, carmelized onions....and so much more....yummm
Finally - good waitstaff! Service was fast and attentive. Food is a bit pricey for what you get, but it is good (7.5/10), so no complaints. I enjoyed the pates the food came on, nice attention to detail. Because of these things AND the newly improved service, we'll be back!
Hat's off to Feast. Best ingredients combined with the chef's expertise and a warm neighbourhood location makes for a wonderful dinner.
We went for Dine Out Vancouver. We had a wonderful dinner and all four of us enjoyed the evening. Staff were friendly and attentive. We sat at the group table and the staff took care to seat new people around us in a friendly manner. We will defiantly be back again.
My wife and I dine out regularly, and having moved to West Vancouver, we generally have to make the trek to Vancouver to find an interesting restaurant. So, we've been looking forward to trying Feast, as it's a lot closer to home. Looks like we'll still be driving into town for our indulgent dining.
The evening we checked out Feast, a week night, it was not overly busy - about half full. Still, while friendly, service was very slow. They were either understaffed, or undertrained, or both. We ordered within 10 minutes of arriving, and with no drinks, and no appetizers to slow things down, we still waited over half an hour for our orders to arrive, after we had placed them. The waiter was apologetic, but clearly he, or the kitchen, were stretched. The real test, of course, is the food. I had the fried chicken, which was good, but not as good as other reviews and the waiter seemed to think. The breading was too much like the tacky coating you'd see on frozen wings, not the delicate, crispy shell one finds in Japanese Karrage or Chinese deep fried dishes. The chicken was a bit overlooked as well, and hence a bit dried out. I also tried the foraged mushrooms & pork belly side dish, which was gritty and bitter-tasting. I had difficulty finding any pork belly, which I had thought would be a crispy, salty offset to the mushrooms. Not! My wife had the Shepherds Pie, and liked it, but said it wasn't good enough to come back for in any hurry. We will give Feast another try in a few months, but based on our first impression, there are a lot of other restaurants in town where we've had better meals.
2 days later I'm still thinking about the meal I had. The fried chicken was awesome as were the carpaccio, marrow toasts and beet avocado fries. Can't wait to go back!
Food was great, service was okay. The seating is poorly laid out. While there is a tall group table that remained empty our entire time there, we ended up sitting next to a party of five, might as well say we dined with them. Had to raise our voices just to hear each other over the adjacent group. A bit more attention to the table layout and some spacing between tables would make for a far more enjoyable experience. Would I go back? The food is a draw, but the seating would make me consider it twice, as when I go out I am happy to pay for a dining experience that does not include feeling like I am back at the army mess hall.
Found this restaurant a couple months back and we keep going back to try everything on the menu. The food is amazing, service is tops. We already have our next reservation booked to go back.
I have always appreciated the excellent presentation and food at Feast, the new menu is great! Service was perfect!!! Five star experience!
too skimpy on the servings for the price. $22 for a crab appetizer was too much
Loved the decor and interesting , innovating lighting throughout. Cozy but well lite . Every thing coming out of the kitchen looked amazing. Our lunch choices did not disappoint.Wine list was well balanced but not complicated. Would return again.
A fantastic new restaurant in Dundarave. Throughout the meal, the head chef and the general manager surveyed guests for their opinions. The servers are well trained and accommodated our requests.
Fantastic fried chicken, steamed mussels are also very good...the only complaint are the fries...honestly even the fast food ones are way better, they are super expensive for what you get. Besides that, the rest is really first class. Not a pretentious restaurant, good ambiance, clean and really good service. Prices are fair.
We will return for sure. Highly recommended.
Everything was delightful about our experience. The front door staff to our waiter were personable and expeditious in every way, professional beyond reproach. The food was fabulous. We shared the Squid which was cooked perfectly and presented in a pleasing way. The Southern Fried Chicken Sandwich comes with Bacon relish and Fried Green Tomatoes, delicious. The Dungeness Crab Cakes are yummy and really do contain a ton of white crab meat. Salads were fresh and the pulse of the room was good energy. Kayla from Top Chef Canada was there to say hi, she is running the show and is very friendly to guests, we had a big welcome and will return with our husbands. We highly recommend it!
Good portion size. The pork belly sandwich is worth the visit. Good side fries or substitute with salad. We also tried the crab cake benedict. The eggs were cooked to perfection. crab cakes were fresh. The chicken with waffle was a bit overrated.
Extremely overpriced for the standard restaurant fare served. Insulting wine list with only one bottle for under $100.00. This is not Le Corocodile. Trying to be something they're not. Expecting fun , hip neighborhood restaurant with great food but left feeling fleeced b/c it's west van.
Ambiance, service and food are really good, with minor exceptions. However, what is irritating is mains served without vegetables. Given the slightly excessive prices, one would expect vegetables to be included. Ordering additional sides to accompany the main is gouging and really put my back up. And $12 for a Cesar salad that comprised 5 very tasty leaves of lettuce and a sprinkling of cheese (I chose not to have the croutons) - that is really excessive. However, portion size was acceptable.The excellent menu was also spoilt by the mundane choice of desserts - donut or crème caramel (the size of a very small hockey puck).Debatable if I would return, but the good ambiance, good food and a good wine list may override my irritation.
The ambience and decor are great and the food is good enough, not spectacular but no complaints. Service is friendly and unobtrusive. My wife and her brother both had the Duck Confit - they said that, while it was tasty, it did not taste very much like duck! Not sure what happened there. I recommend the brussels sprouts as a side dish.
We were recommended and the location is good. The lighting was such that even with glasses I could not read the menu, but was offered a small flashlight! What we ate was good but due to a change in menu the following day, at least 4 things were off the menu. The noise level was quite high and the table s very close together. Thanks for having this service!
We had a pleasant evening, atmosphere friendly but I found the menu had too many fried food items, portions were small, and expensive for a small local bistro. The wine list was pricey too.
Food was very good, nice presentations. Interesting cocktails as well.Service very friendly .
Nice mixture of seafood and meat options.
Feast Restaurant does offer delivery in partnership with Skip The Dishes. Feast Restaurant also offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (604) 922-1155.
Feast Restaurant is rated 4.4 stars by 67 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.