Like the food, but it is very expensive. The outdoor tables are nice, and sometimes they have live music.
Three Seasons is a bit of a hidden gem, mostly due to it's location on a back street in Palo Alto. Really great atmosphere and charming decor, with outside seating (and heat lamps if the evening is chilly). The menu is extensive, all California versions of Vietnamese, both big and small plates. We had seared scallops with bok choy, a... More
I went there with some of my friends last Thursday. The food is just DELICIOUS. Nice service too. The dishes are quite large (which was somewhat unexpected). The seafood is especially well-done.
Nice ambiance & service. Ambiance is better than at Tamarine - the other Vietnamese fusion place in Palo Alto. The food this time was very good. There are many vegetarian & vegan items. This time we had vegetarian spring rolls with asparagus soup, vegetarian cripsy rolls, papaya salad, a curry, & Japanese eggplant. The food was really good - especially... More
Loved this restaurant in 2007/8/9. It was lackluster. My spring rolls were burnt! and Bok Choi overcooked. Definitely not what it used to be.
Came here on Father's Day (June 16) with my husband for dinner because of a groupon we bought a month ago. The restrictions on the groupon specifically said that the voucher cannot be used on certain dates, including June 15. But when we went, it was June 16 (which yes, was Father's Day). When I told 1 of the servers... More
Nice ambience & service. Ambience is better than Tamarine. Food was good. Many vegetarian & vegan items. The Spinach noodles & curry vegies are really good. The lemon tofu & green beans are also very good. The crispy vegetarian rolls, tofu eggplant stay & spicy okra were ok. Drinks: the virgin guavati & lemonade/passion fruit iced tea was good. Our... More
Sure, the Old Pro has their amazing onion rings and sports videos, and Nola's has their infamous Mojitos and Hurricanes, but if you want the best combination of $5.00 appetizers and specialty well drinks at great prices between 5:00 and 7:00 pm, head down Centennial Way near University Arts to The Three Seasons Restaurant and bar for attentive service and... More
Went there for a business dinner, more than 15 people. Service was fast and good, the waiter being very nice and funny. Food was great and the drinks were even better ( cocktails menu very nice). The decor and atmosphere was very nice. Nothing to complain, I would come back here for sure!
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