Choose Between Two Options
- $11 for $20 worth of Vietnamese food for two
- $22 for $40 worth of Vietnamese food for four
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Four Seasons Restaurant
At Four Seasons Restaurant the chefs serve Vietnamese street foods alongside elegant entrees. Take the pho, Vietnam's popular noodle soup, for example. Diners can order a traditional bowl with beef and scallions, or splurge on one with an 8-ounce Brazilian lobster tail or a solid-gold asparagus. On the whole, though, most of the dishes cost $10 or less, including house specialties such as the barbecue pork served with meatballs and the crab cake served with veggies and ground pork. Vermicelli salads and barbecue short ribs round out the traditional selections.
79% of 75 customers recommend
“THE FOOD IS REALLY GOOD. ALSO LIGHTER, HEALTHIER TYPE OF CUISINE. GOOD FOR A LATE DINNER.”
“the #19 Banh Cuon Dac Biet: steamed rice rolls filled w/ pork & wood ear mushrooms, steamed pork & sweet potato shrimp fritter for $9 was EXCELLENT. Over all good...”
“the #19 Banh Cuon Dac Biet: steamed rice rolls filled w/ pork & wood ear mushrooms, steamed pork & sweet potato shrimp fritter for $9 was EXCELLENT. Over all good value in a nicer decor than usual for Viet places in the Tenderloin. Will definitely go back.”
“Love this place clean and the food was good.”