We went to Seasons 52 on the strength of the excellent reviews and were not disappointed. The restaurant is high on atmosphere. The faux-1950s chalet décor exudes relaxed opulence; the woman who ushered us to our table offered to replace the white napkins with black ones that might suit our apparel better! We wondered whether Seasons 52 was more style than substance, but were reassured the moment the food arrived. It was all fresh, inventive and succulent. Our quinoa salad and Maui Tuna crunch were worthy of a Michelin star. When I said so to our waiter, playing up my French accent, he joked: "Only one?" Even with a good tip, the bill for three was extremely reasonable for a place of this quality - $110.