TORONTO — Feast, the Toronto-based on-demand food company, has launched a dinner service, Android application, web ordering and an expanded service area that will include the downtown West end and Liberty Village.
“Feast wrapped a successful trial period and we are now offering our service to a wider group of people,” says Steve Harmer, CEO and founder of Feast. “Customers tell us they want high-quality meals and our dinner menu reflects our values of providing deliciously prepared, local and healthy food. We’re excited to be able to offer it to more people, more ways.”
Executive chef Curt Martin has designed the menu to be restaurant-quality and made to endure the delivery process. Feast’s dinner menu includes: tuna tataki, mole short rib and succotash, South American steak salad and coconut chicken Balti.
“Our food design is a very in-depth process,” says Trish Magwood, SVP Food Experience at Feast. “From the conceptualization of the dish to our testing programs, we don’t compromise on quality of the meals.”
Feast’s dinner service opens weekdays at 5 p.m. along with its standard lunch hours of 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.