The homemade soups are really good. I tried the beef noodle soup on my last visit. It was just what I needed on a rainy day to go with a BLT. There is a lemon chicken soup served only on Saturdays that I really like, but Saturday is a tough day for us to manage a visit. The lemon chicken soup has a Greek taste to it with a rich broth.
Food is plentiful. Many of the meals include soup or salad. There is a definite Greek feel to the menu. The choices are broad, including sandwiches, salads, and entrees, such as meatloaf and roast chicken, but also gyros. The menu is lengthy, but it gives enough variety for everyone in the group to find something that they like.
The establishment seems to be a family owned place. The servers are friendly and keep an eye open for needed refills. The food arrives hot and looks good.
There is a dessert case that calls for a good look even if I am too full for dessert. If you are just yearning for a piece of pie or cake with coffee after an evening out, this is a promising choice. No doubt breakfast here is good, but it has been a while since I came for breakfast. Four Seasons is a neighborhood place where the locals regularly come for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
A sandwich, soup, and drink are under $10. My friend and I enjoyed a leisurely lunch on a weekday. While the food may not be terribly creative, it has that satisfying, comfort food allure. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed.
The Four Seasons is near 21st and Shadeland, which is also near the I-70 exit making it a convenient spot to meet others a meal. There is comfortable seating, including booths. Large groups can be accommodated.
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