It starts with an idea, a moment of inspiration and a business opportunity
But then you have a 100 questions…. Why, when, where, how, what and the most obvious of all – is it possible?
But now that we are here, they all seem mundane and rather rudimentary because there’s only one over-riding drive–the passion for food.
From being a Company Secretary to an Investment Banker that's all been done and dusted by Sougata. But of all the hats worn by him, the one thing that he would have never imagined till he started the business was that of donning a food entrepreneur's hat. What started off as a desire to satisfy the incredible urge to have the Kolkata style kathi rolls and the Kolkata Biriyani turned into a rather instinctive decision to open a food chain.
The idea of opening a hub and spoke food joint was conceived during a get together in October 2013, over a few drinks with friends and was delivered in January 2014, albeit prematurely. But that’s where the investment banking background of Sougata coupled with the financial acumen of Mou (Sougata’s school friend and better half) who currently leads the internal audit and risk team of a global MNC, came into play. In a very short span Feast at East grown into a name to reckon with authentic Bengali food to the food connoisseur of Mumbai.
In a world of burgers and pizzas Feast at East has pledged to take Kolkata Kathi Roll, rolling across the world. Feast at East serves from its outlets various types of Kathi Rolls, Authentic Bengali Cuisine, Awadi styled Biryani, Moghlai and Chinese dishes.
Our outlets offer the option of dine-in at home, takeaway and and we are available at Swiggy and Zomato apart from online sales platform which we offer to our patron.