Known for their astounding repertoire of fresh spring rolls and collective small plates, Three Seasons Restaurant has quickly become the dining ... More
Known for their astounding repertoire of fresh spring rolls and collective small plates, Three Seasons Restaurant has quickly become the dining experience of choice among those who know. Founders Chef Hung Le and Tessa Nguyen bring their concept of fresh premium ingredients combined with innovative food presentation to downtown Palo Alto. The result is an unprecedented and thoroughly addictive spin on traditional Vietnamese flavors. The flagship Three Seasons, in San Francisco's trendy Marina District, has earned the distinction as one of the most acclaimed Vietnamese restaurants in the Bay Area since its inception over three years ago.
Service was excellent. Food was OK. Price was obscene. This restaurant is not a good value. There are far better restaurants which cost the same and are a good value. If it costs as much as Papillon's, it'd better be as good as Papillon's, or it's not a good value.
I have to say I'm very disappointed. I went there during lunch time and thought the food might be good, but I'm really disappointed. It wasn't busy when I went there, but the wait for the food took forever. The waitress was really slow and hardly checked to see if I needed anything. If you do decide to go there don't order the mango beef, papaya salad or the chicken rice noodles. The mango beef is seriously way overcooked and dry. The noodles tasted like it wasn't cooked and you can actually count how many noodles they gave you. For the price that I paid over there you can get really good Vietnamese food in S.F. I don't even want to give it a star, but I guess I have to.
not bad but nothing fantastic. for prices like these, i would opt for an eatery in sf.
the food is not as unique as xanh, and the portions leave you quite hungry. they claim that the food is meant for sharing family style, but then it is not really portioned or served properly to do so. how the heck do you expect an entire table to share a one and a half inch chunk of bass? at least serve a larger piece that can be cut into smaller pieces so that everyone can have a little more than a sliver.
One of my faves in Palo Alto. Not along the main drive, which is fine by me. Not as overcrowded as some of the other posh restaurants in PA. Great bar area fun for an evening out but just as nice for a dinner with family and friends. Asian Fusion nicely done!
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