518 Bryant St., Palo Alto, CA | Directions 9430137.445651 -122.161214
Mon-Thu 11:30am-2pm, 5:30pm-10pm;
Fri 11:30am-2pm, 5:30pm-11pm;
Neighborhoods: University South
Have party here in weekends – This such kind of restaurant where some one can come daily. We come here almost each Saturday. Nice and affordable foods.
Excellent food and atmosphere – Beautiful location, good service, tasty food. I had the japanese eggplant box- it was more than enough food. I want to try it for dinner!
Good small plates – I like 3 seasons as an "everyday" resturant. It's not great, but seats at the bar are easy to come by, and you can grab a few rolls and some satay without much hassle. Don't expect this to be the best food in Palo Alto, but if your expectation is a reasonable small plate experience in slightly upscale surroundings you won't be disappointed. I do wish the bar got more attention - the mixology looks better than it is (bartender didn't know a caipirinha - they seem to get young staff who don't know their way around the bar).
trendy, overpriced, poor quality food – totally unimpressed, lackluster service, poor food quality (the supposed "special" crab purse was about as good as frozen fish sticks) and totally overpriced. the shaking beef looked and tasted like stew meat (flavorless chunks of beef) and the spring rolls were pretty much tasteless, there are much better places to go in palo alto, this was a big disappointment, dont waste your time and money
A fun dinner – We had a nice dinner with 6 people total tonight. The service was prompt and courteous, helpful with the wine menu too. It's the serving style where you order a bunch of small plates and share with the group. The Yellow Curry was really nice, spicy. The Shaking Beef is fabulous. For dessert, try the blueberry cheesecake and the fried bananas. Make a reservation - it can get busy!
I'm still hungry – Three Seasons is nicely decorated and trendy with great presentation, but the food was a bit disappointing. The traditional spring rolls were just like the ones I could have ordered at a Pho noodle house. An Average portioned entree was just that...average and the dishes that were enjoyable were so small in portion that it was like having an appetizer.
Editorial Review – Eclectic, contemporary Vietnamese cuisine featuring duck spring rolls, mango beef, New Zealand rack of lamb and more.
perfect – I have eaten at all three of this restaurants locations and I am amazed at how good all of them are. I finally tried out their Palo Alto location last week and once again was blown away by the quality of the food and the pleasant surroundings.
Hidden Gem – We actually had a reservation at another place, and came in just to have a drink, but quickly changed our minds and decided to dine here. From the great drinks, to the amazing food, this place was a great find! The menu is full of wonderful creations, such as the Chilean Sea bass, and Shakin Beef. The staff was very friendly, and accomodating. Thanks to Jared, Thuy, and Pamela, for making this a wonderful dining experience. We'll definitely be back!
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