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“A havan for vegetarians who are sick of nut-roast!”
Review of Feast

Feast
Ranked #3 of 15 Restaurants in St Martin
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: European, International
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Good for: Romantic, Child-friendly, Special Occasion Dining, Local cuisine
Dining options: Lunch, After-hours, Breakfast, Dinner, Reservations
Reviewed 8 June 2014

As hard-core veggies we get a little fed up with the normal dietary offerings but Feast gave us something that little bit different. No veg lasagne or nut roast on this menu! A comfortable setting, nicely decorated with a wonderful view (if you were seated at the front of the restaurant) and a great choice of food all round for carnivores and non-carnivores.

The only negative comment was with regard to the price of the cocktails - at £8 per small glass, they were overpriced and I would not choose to drink cocktails there again. I will pay almost anything if I think it is worth it, but an £8 Cucumber Collins wasn't.

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Thank hellsknipe356
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Reviewed 8 June 2014

This restaurant has a great location on Gorey pier. If it is a nice sunny day, you can sit outside with a nice glass of sauvignon blanc and some excellent fresh fish and you feel like you are king for a day.

We went when the wind was a bit cold but still had a great meal. Food very well prepared and reasonably priced.

The only comment to make about eating outside in Jersey is that it is almost impossible to avoid smokers. All over Jersey people smoke like they did in Britain 20 years ago, so if this offends you ( as it does me) you may have to eat inside, which would be a shame.

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Thank Sussextravellers9
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Reviewed 6 June 2014

An early evening supper, sitting outside on a sunny evening in early June. Ambience terrific, food excellent and well priced, wine the same, service friendly. Come, you won't be disappointed.

1  Thank JJNorthern
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Reviewed 3 June 2014

We visited 1pm during half term holiday, was our first visit. Only 2 empty tables, so quite busy.
Had our drinks order taken quite quickly but had to wait ages for the waiter to take our food order. Basically he forgot and was more interested in clearing tables. Eventually the manager? had realised situation and took our order. Whilst waiting for food to arrive he had also realised our 5yr olds daughters increasing agitation due to hunger and brought colouring pencils for her to use, good call.
From entering to receiving food was close to an hour so too long. But when food arrived was very well presented and excellent quality. My wife claiming best quality mussels she has ever had and good value also.

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Thank Steve N
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Reviewed 2 June 2014 via mobile

Lovely little restaurant with nice food and nice atmosphere.

Very nearly a 5 but slightly lacked standout features of a 5.

Will return

1  Thank DaveSwin
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