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$20 for $40 Worth of Contemporary Vietnamese Cuisine
The dinner menu includes grilled duck a l'orange ($19), roasted crab Three Seasons style ($34), and an array of spring rolls and sushi.
Sitting at his mother's knee in his home country of Vietnam, Chef Hung (John) Le learned to love the simplicity of fresh, local ingredients prepared with exciting spices, a joy that later would lead him to open the doors of Three Seasons' first location in San Francisco's Marina District in 2000. Whether served in the incandescent glow of the original location’s intimate chandeliers or beneath the stone archways and playful murals of the Palo Alto location, John’s recipes remain based on family recipes modified to fit the organic ingredients at hand. John posts favorite concoctions—such as the tamarind-soaked prawns with pineapple—on the restaurant's website for ambitious cooks to imitate at home or open their own single-dish eateries.
They [<i>sic</i>] Shaky Beef Dish and Sea Bass stands out along with their garlic noodles. Good choices of tropical drinks and wines.May B., Yelp, 2/6/12
The Spinach noodles were the unanimous best. The lemon tofu was also outstanding.Mihir M., Yelp, 1/21/12
85% of 293 customers recommend
“Great experience!! My wife loves this place.”
“Awesome food and good drinks !! ”
“A little hard to find, front door is on alley, but very nice setup.”
518 Bryant Street
Palo Alto, California 94301