Travel >Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco San Francisco Hotels
757 Market Street, San Francisco, CA | Directions 9410337.786628 -122.404740
Neighborhoods: Northeast, Downtown
A must see – My friend and I were seated right next to the window with a beautiful view of Grant street. Our server was absolutely amazing. She had wonderful recommendations from the 50+ wine selection. The food was also amazing and fresh.
Nice and cozy. – It's a nice place. We went on a Sunday evening and it was empty, we basically had the place to ourselves - not sure if that was a good or bad thing. The food was fine and well presented. The service was warm and friendly- very attentive. The sommelier helped us pick out a great bottle of Australian Shiraz to compliment everything we were eating. However, for the price we paid, we honestly could have eaten at a fabulous place, instead of just nice. Really enjoyed the ginger-lemongrass martini and the fig & prosciutto salad! Great flavors!
Elevate your experence! – You may need an elevator to get there but once you arrive you are home. The bar was busy, we were warmly greated and prompty seated in the bar lounge. We had dinner resevations and were only going to grab, A champaign flight, excellant start . The bar menu was too good to resist, the Six Pack of Lamb, Cooked to perfection, simply presented, I have not tasted better lamb. In the dining room Karen our server guided us to an epicurian jourey we will not forget, the ahi tuna tartar was delightful. The New York was tender and delicious cooked medium rare just the way I like it. The Halibut on a bed of polenta was flavored perfectly. The Wine selection was Excellent, Especially the 40 Year old Tawny! Flavored Creme Brulle was creamy and delightful, we almost ordered another. Great space I can't wait to return!
Many reasons to eat at the Seasons!! – We had a great evening at the Seasons restaurant, starting off with a delicious lychee martini in the pleasant ambiance of the bar. The complimentary olives and wasabi nuts whet our appetite for the meal to follow. Service was prompt, friendly and efficient. The dinner menu, while not extensive, was inviting and the dishes did not dissapoint. Presentation was not too ostentatious and the food tasted fresh with appropriately subtle flavors. The wine list covered an impressive range of styles and we were expertly aided in a complementary choice. Overall, a great place to eat, and slightly off the beaten track.
Top notch on all accounts!!! - You must go. – My husband and I went here for our anniversary and had a fabulous time. Definitely start out with a drink in the great piano bar (large bar menu that could do for dinner!) The ambiance in the restaurant is elegant but not stuffy....the staff was friendly and ready to serve but not hovering. The sommelier was extremely knowledgeable and steered us to a reasonably priced bottle of wine. The menu had lots of choice with an emphasis on local ingredients. Portions were extremely generous...highly recommend the ahi tartare and the crab / shrimp cocktail apps. The entrees were even yummier than they sounded. The chocolate fondue dessert already mentioned by another reviewer is a real treat as were the other desserts. All in all a really special dinner. The have a 4 course prix fixe for $45, I think. Definitely a great quality for that price! Highly recommended!
A Hidden Gem Downtown – I had the pleasure of dining at Seasons Restaurant while entertaining out of town clients who were staying at the Four Seasons Hotel. I was so surprised that I hadn't heard more great things about this amazing restaurant, but I will definitely spread the word. The dining room is striking with beautiful views and a perfect amount of space between tables that our conversation felt comfortable and private. The food was incredible, and the wine list very extensive. The restaurant sommelier impressed us with his vast pairing knowledge. We shared a most fantastic fondue dessert, which I will definitely come back to enjoy with my wife for our anniversary. The live piano in the background was a delightful touch.
Excellent food – In April they brought in a new Exec. Chef and Exec. Sous Chef. The food is superb and the service stellar. You must give Seasons a try. Just take a cab or walk. Parking is expensive.
wouldn't have known it was hotel food – I also went here on the Dine About Town special. The food was excellent (ate every morsel of every course). I got the pork loin with bacon...juicy and tender.
Other people have said the food is not worth the price. I paid $30 for 3 courses on the special so I was happy. Normally, they offer 2 courses at something like $44 and 3 courses for something like $54 (take $10 off for vegetarian courses). I think I still would have been quite happy at those higher prices.
My first and last time dining here... – We chose to dine at this venue with friends because of the Dine About Town promotion. Although the food was good-- because we were doing the promotion we were treated differently from other patrons in the restaurant (This was the case with all DAT participants). This was exhibited by the fact that we did not receive the "amuse bouche" nor the truffle/petit four" platter with the bill. The whole point of DAT was to encourage people to come again and their lack of good will leaves me to believe this is not the case. As for the food it was worth the $29.95 special--but not their normal prices of $70.
Walk, don't drive – The restaurant and its staff offer excellent service and good food. But $24 valet parking? it is more expensive than a parking ticket.
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