Thursday, July 11, 2013
Four Seasons Seafood Restaurant-Closed
18558 Gale Ave
When I go for dim sum, I usually only eat three things; shu mai, chao siu bao and har gow. So, when I see places like Seafood Village Dim Sum, where it's fast and to go, I'm all over it. I found out about Four Seasons while driving on Gale Ave. I thought about going into the restaurant, but when I saw the Dim Sum and BBQ To Go, next door, I went there instead.
A small sized place with steam tables for dim sum, entrees, and roasted duck and BBQ pork hanging in the display case. For dim sum, all orders are $1.83 Mon-Fri and over $2 on the weekends. Just like Seafood Village Dim Sum-I wonder if they are owned by the same people? Anything left over at 3pm, Mon-Fri is every further discounted to $1.33. But, that also means the items have been sitting at the steam table for a very long time.
Service is good. The lady is friendly, nice and helpful.
I would go back to Four Seasons any time. If I had to pick between Four Seasons and Seafood Village, they would be a tie for the shu mai, but Four Season wins the chao siu bao.
Update Dec 7, 2013