This bistro is open Tuesday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday & Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Reservations ... More
Four Winds Bistro
This bistro is open Tuesday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday & Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Reservations are suggested for dinner. Fine French cuisine and tea parties for special occasions by reservations are featured.
We had spent a week at a ranch in NC and had some time for lunch before our flight out of Tri-Cities Airport. While driving North on I-26 I noticed an interesting looking area of older buildings and decided to take a drive through looking for lunch. We went one exit North and turned around, noting the abundance of the usual lunch spots at that exit. We drove west from the Interstate and almost immediately noticed the Bistro sign making Four Winds. We drove about 10 blocks west and then went one block south and returned east. Nothing peeked our interest more than the small Bistro sign so we parked out front and went in to check it out.
We sat outside and ordered. The menu was a good mix of vegetarian and omnivore fare, I ordered the crab cakes with salad and my wife ordered the Black Forest ham sandwich with a salad. Since we were being served iced tea and tended to the 15 minute wait for our food was completely OK and well worth it. I have never eaten better cram cakes and the salad was fresh, crisp, and full of surprises like cranberries and walnuts. My wife agreed the crab cakes were exceptional and I was impressed by the sandwich she had.
The For Winds Bistro is worth a leisurely lunch date with a special person.
The food and environment was wonderful. The waitor was always checking on the table, which became a little much. The chef came out to the table to talk about the food preparation, which was a nice addition. Overall, I would highly recommend this restaurant.
We went for a friends bridal dinner. Service was extremely slow. Food was bad. Would not recommend it to my worst enemy.The food was cold and overpriced. Go here only if required(and even then try to find an excuse to go somewhere else) otherwise spend your money somewhere better.
The Four Winds is more than a Tea Room, it's a dining experience. Menu items are never boring repeats, there is someting new every day. I enjoy the patio seating with views of the Mountains to the South. The service is always top notch.
The Four Winds Tearoom is a wonderful addition to Johnson City's restaurants. The menu is refreshingly different, the presentation is excellent and the cuisine absolutely delicious. Each meal there has been an experience to treasure.
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