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Three Seasons Restaurant

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518 Bryant St, Palo Alto, CA 94301
Palo Alto, CA 94301
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(650) 838-0353
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Three Seasons Restaurant - Palo Alto, CA

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Best

Beautiful location, good service, tasty food. I had the japanese eggplant box- it was more than enough food. I want to try it for dinner! Pros: Good, healthy vegetarian dish...

Worst

totally unimpressed, lackluster service, poor food quality (the supposed "special" crab purse was about as good as frozen fish sticks) and totally overpriced. the shaking beef lo...

Have party here in weekends 6/20/2010

tmike2827 Provided by Partner
This such kind of restaurant where some one can come daily. We come here almost each Saturday. Nice and affordable foods. more

Excellent food and atmosphere 4/10/2009

kristin27t Provided by Partner
Beautiful location, good service, tasty food. I had the japanese eggplant box- it was more than enough food. I want to try it for dinner! Pros: Good, healthy vegetarian dish, nice surroundings Cons: a little expensive for lunch more

I tried the summer spring rolls which... 10/14/2007

AliceC Provided by Partner
I tried the summer spring rolls which contained crab and avocado and the typical spring roll fill. I enjoyed the accompanying ginger sauce. 6 pie... more

We're back on good terms. 7/22/2007

Tom Provided by Partner
After my first two visits to Three Seasons I thought of it as a great way to get almost-Tamarine-quality east Asian fusion without paying an arm an... more

As far as Vietnamese restaurants go, this one caters more... 7/9/2007

Lan Provided by Partner
As far as Vietnamese restaurants go, this one caters more to the American crowd than Vietnamese folks. Having said that though, the restaurant doe... more

Tasty Fancy Vietnamese food 10/12/2006

Jasmine Provided by Partner
This isn't your typical Vietnamese pho place...this restaurant is fancier and more expensive. They have a great selection of spring rolls with all ... more

Great Ambiance. Great Food. 9/12/2006

Citysearch User Provided by Partner
This is good date restaurant. We love the food too. But prepare to empty your wallet, not cheap but worth the price. Can't think of anything... more

Good small plates 8/1/2006

bbulkow Provided by Partner
I like 3 seasons as an "everyday" resturant. It's not great, but seats at the bar are easy to come by, and you can grab a few rolls and some satay without much hassle. Don't expect this to be the best food in Palo Alto, but if your expectation is a reasonable small plate experience in slightly upscale surroundings you won't be disappointed. I do wish the bar got more attention - the mixology looks better than it is (bartender didn't know a caipirinha - they seem to get young staff who don't know their way around the bar). Pros: small plates more

Tasty Vietnamese/Asian cusine in a nice location 6/19/2006

Citysearch User Provided by Partner
Great place for a casual dinner with friends. I've sat both inside and out and both are nice options. A fun drink menu compliments the var... more

trendy, overpriced, poor quality food 6/12/2006

dpringle04 Provided by Partner
totally unimpressed, lackluster service, poor food quality (the supposed "special" crab purse was about as good as frozen fish sticks) and totally overpriced. the shaking beef looked and tasted like stew meat (flavorless chunks of beef) and the spring rolls were pretty much tasteless, there are much better places to go in palo alto, this was a big disappointment, dont waste your time and money Pros: ambience, interior design Cons: poor food, bad service, overall bad experience more

mixed bag 5/8/2006

Citysearch User Provided by Partner
Although three seasons has an interesting menu the service and quality of the food is inconsistant. I have had both a stellar dining experi... more

Light and interesting Asian Fare 5/7/2006

Citysearch User Provided by Partner
Tucked into an alley, the three seasons offers great dining in Palo Alto. The menu is alrge and varied and includes everything from spring r... more

Great food 5/5/2006

Citysearch User Provided by Partner
The decor of the restaurnat is great. The menu is extensive and the food is outstanding. Most of the dishes are small and are meant to be ... more

Three Seasons 5/3/2006

Citysearch User Provided by Partner
Great food. Wondferful combination of different flavors and textures. The atmosphere is very warm and up beat. Our experience has been that ... more

Vietnamies food with a twist 5/2/2006

Citysearch User Provided by Partner
Good atmosphere. Many seating options (Outside patio, first floor and second floor). Great appetizer menu with various spring rolls and ba... more

Terrific place for lunch 4/6/2006

Citysearch User Provided by Partner
This is one of my absolute favorite places to go for lunch. The ambience is terrific - I particularly love the high ceiling - and the servi... more

Fresh Vietnamese Food with Great Flavors 3/21/2006

Citysearch User Provided by Partner
I had a dinner here with an old colleague and friend to get caught up on the various happenings in our lives. This is the perfect place to ... more

A fun dinner 10/12/2005

tkbigelow Provided by Partner
We had a nice dinner with 6 people total tonight. The service was prompt and courteous, helpful with the wine menu too. It's the serving style where you order a bunch of small plates and share with the group. The Yellow Curry was really nice, spicy. The Shaking Beef is fabulous. For dessert, try the blueberry cheesecake and the fried bananas. Make a reservation - it can get busy! Pros: Great bar area, Good Ambience more

I'm still hungry 7/10/2005

lavidaloca Provided by Partner
Three Seasons is nicely decorated and trendy with great presentation, but the food was a bit disappointing. The traditional spring rolls were just like the ones I could have ordered at a Pho noodle house. An Average portioned entree was just that...average and the dishes that were enjoyable were so small in portion that it was like having an appetizer. Cons: Over priced, Small portions, Overpriced more

perfect 3/16/2005

mbstpks Provided by Partner
I have eaten at all three of this restaurants locations and I am amazed at how good all of them are. I finally tried out their Palo Alto location last week and once again was blown away by the quality of the food and the pleasant surroundings. more
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  • Hours:

    Mon-Thu 11:30am-2pm, 5:30pm-10pm; Fri 11:30am-2pm, 5:30pm-11pm; Sat 5:30pm-11pm; Sun 5:30pm-10pm
  • Payments:

    American Express, Discover, Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    University South

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