This review is not entirely based on food. My husband and I are vegetarians so the selection for us was rather limited (my apple strudel was very good.) However, the folks we were with are meat eaters who gave the German entrees and dessert excellent reviews. They said they would certainly return.
The other attraction here is history. We were lucky that the the owner was on property and gave us a fascinating tour of the building. Feasting Fox was built by the Busch beer barons in 1913 and would look entirely appropriate in a Harry Potter movie. When the current owners bought the building, it needed extensive and expensive renovation. They saved money by saving the furniture, fixtures, pictures, decorations, etc. from other St. Louis restaurants going out of business. So it is something of a museum filled with artifacts of St. Louis dining history, It’s well worth a visit. Along with food, you may get a St. Louis history lesson, too.
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