Booked a Valentine's Day lunch table at the Fountain restaurant after learning the Philadelphia restaurant critic from the Inquirer gave it 4 stars. The staff at the Four Seasons was extremely polite and helpful upon entering the hotel. The restaurant was full and we had a table on the window overlooking Logan Square. The wait staff wears something akin to brown pajamas which was a bit distracting. The lunch menu is limited but we expected it would not be as varied as the dinner menu. We made our food selection and the waiter asked if we wanted the wine list. He brought an iPad that had a screen covered in the grease and hand prints of the previous 100 diners. In case the management has not been advised, touch screen devices are dirtier than public toilets. It may look cool but it is definitely a disincentive to eat. We ordered generic wine by the glass rather than swipe our way through the wine list. My sword fish was over-cooked (dry and tough) but otherwise the salad and dessert were good. Not worth the money but we have yet to find a restaurant in the US that is.