It's nicely decorated with art work, books, cushions. It's comfortable and the food is really good. There is a real lack of innovation in and around St. Simons Island in terms of food. But, this restaurant is an exception.
We started off with a French Sauvignon Blanc, bread and a herb butter.
Pasta bird nests with sausage and poached egg.
The salmon over risotto was just wonderful. Even the almonds on top were sauteed to crispness in butter. It's this attention to detail that makes the food here really good.
This food is prepared by people who love food and love sharing it. The owner introduced herself and talked with us Thursday night. She said she got tired of not having anywhere to eat in the area.
We share that sentiment. For an area with a substantial tourist population, I have never understood why the food is so uninspiring.
Lately we have had several restaurants open and close within weeks, each of them with uninspiring menus and terrible preparation.
Moveable Feast, however, is a real treasure.Mo