Feast From The East

Have you heard about our famous Chinese Chicken Salad?

1949 Westwood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90025
(310) 475-0400 feastfromtheeast.com

22 reviews

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  • Others: Food Delivery, Carry Out, Asian, Japanese, Casual Date Spot, Group Dining, $, Lunch Spot, MasterCard, Local Favorite, Discover, Visa, American Express, Chinese, Family-Friendly Dining
  • Hours:
    Mon - Sat 11am - 9pm

Owner's Message

Have you heard about our famous Chinese Chicken Salad?

Reviews

  • By about 2 years ago on Gayot

    This place used to be teeny; now, with major renovations, Feast from The East has doubled in size to accommodate its hungry fans. The casual cafe also has developed a fairly large menu, featuring items like steamed pork dumplings and… Read more »

  • By Ollie C almost 3 years ago on Insider Pages

    The best Chinese Chicken salad. Every time I come here I want to come back!. There are a lot of healthy choices here like the spicy green beans, and tofu dishes. The service is great and also friendly. Read more »

  • By Carltree almost 3 years ago on Citysearch

    I've driven by here a lot but never tried the restaurants in this area. Feast from the East chinese chicken salad is sold in stores and I've enjoyed it so I figured I'd give the restaurant a try. The chinese chicken salad didn't… Read more »

  • By Jannet m about 3 years ago on Insider Pages

    love love love this place!! awesome chicken and beef and broccoli!! i will come back again and again! Read more »

  • By Tams06 over 3 years ago on Citysearch

    Don't walk, run to Feast from the East. It's such great food and get customer service. Read more »

  • By VL57 over 4 years ago on Citysearch

    I tried their chicken teriyaki and I was not disappointed at all. It was a simple dish but had all the good flavors in it and was cooked properly with fresh ingredients. The portion was also pretty big. Reasonable prices for all the items… Read more »

  • By Nelson W over 4 years ago on Insider Pages

    Very friendly service, very clean. Great authentic tasting food. Awesome chicken and beef variations. I will definitely return. Read more »

  • By DaveHaar over 4 years ago on Citysearch

    I had lunch here yesterday and even though I didn't get the famous Chinese Chicken Salad, I was very impressed. I had a great lunch and the portion was HUGE! Read more »

  • By Deedy K about 5 years ago on Insider Pages

    Classic Chinese Chicken salad still keeps me coming in! My kids also love the sesame chicken wings. Lots of healthy choices like spicy green beans, and tofu dishes are great too. Friendly service and you can park in the lot just to the… Read more »

  • By 59Reviewer2 about 5 years ago on Citysearch

    Love their chinese chicken salad with lite dressing. Their little teriyaki & sesame seed chicken wings are to die for. Their brown rice is the best. I don't typically care for brown rice, but will only eat it from Feast from the East. … Read more »

  • By Don H over 5 years ago on Insider Pages

    While Feast from the East has a well deserved reputation for their chicken salad it is the chicken wings that are my favorite. The combination of the two is a very satisfying meal. My son loves the lemon chicken and they have other Chinese… Read more »

  • By Jonathan over 6 years ago on GrubHub

    Delicious as always! Read more »

  • By Kristin C over 6 years ago on Insider Pages

    I go here to get their famous chinese chicken salad. It is fantastic! They sell their dressing nationally at supermarket chains, but I love getting the whole salad. They cook the chicken really well and have incredibly fast service. It… Read more »

  • By mitch239 almost 7 years ago on Menuism

    I have to commend the chinese chicken salad at this place. It is definitely the star of the menu.... Read more »

  • By Kris almost 7 years ago on Menuism

    When it comes to Chinese Chicken Salad, there are only two kinds of people in SoCal: California Chicken... Read more »

  • By DanielPaul almost 7 years ago on Menuism

    I love this place. It is so simple but has amazing tasting Chinese chicken salad. You look at it and think... Read more »

  • By HuanVu about 7 years ago on Menuism

    Chinese chicken salad here is pretty good. It won't blow your mind, but it's tasty and comes with a lot of... Read more »

  • By mrshef over 7 years ago on Citysearch

    the all time best salad in the world. i have my co-workers hooked and now they purchase it by the box at costco too. the sesame wings are really good too. i've been going there for over 15 years and it never disappoints. Read more »

  • By juju13es over 7 years ago on Citysearch

    Just like the other users, I have to commend the chinese chicken salad at this place. It is definitely the star of the menu. Considering it is on Westwood, it's quite a trek finding parking, but if you can't find it in the first few… Read more »

  • By balgus over 8 years ago on Citysearch

    The Chinese Chicken Salad is great here and well worth its price. The Yaki Soba Noodles don't really taste like Yaki Soba Noodles and you can find better Pad Thai elsewhere. Parking is difficult to find unless you valet. I'd recommend… Read more »

  • By Tiffany P. about 9 years ago on Judy's Book

    Once again like almost all the Los Angeles restaurants I know, I was introduced to Feast from the East by my boyfriend. The restaurant itself is small and located amidst a string of other family owned restaurants and stores, but it has the… Read more »

  • By Contributor over 9 years ago on Citysearch

    In Short
    Die-hard regulars opt for this storefront's takeout counter over the plain white dining room where UCLA co-eds sit in chatty groups at cafeteria-style tables. The Chinese-Japanese menu includes pork buns, yakisoba… Read more »

  • By monkfishliver about 12 years ago on Citysearch

    These guys have the best chinese chicken salad dressing. I periodically buy bottles of them and give them to family and friends. The menu isn't as extensive but you can get nice little options like brown rice or no-oil stirfry. Read more »