Quattro Restaurant Review:
Four Seasons’ Quattro is romantic and contemporary with a great view of downtown Houston, yet comfortable and family-friendly, thanks to an all-day kids’ menu devoted to tasty Texas bites. Chef Maurizio Ferrarese often walks the floor to chat with guests, and while he prepares special theme-concert menus, like the 2015 Garth Brooks barbecue feast, for people heading over to the nearby Toyota...
Though the Four Seasons Hotel is sort of fussy and dated, its in-house restaurant is a sleek, lively set of smartly designed dining rooms with inspiring food. Quattro—its name representing the four "faces" of the restaurant—breakfast, lunch, dinner, and the antipasto bar—focuses on popular American-Italian dining that's fresh, simple and seasonal. The wine list includes 25 wines by the glass,...
Quattro is the Four Seasons' restaurant and adds some variety to your business lunch selection. The place doesn't have much personality, but it's good to take out a potential employee after a morning full of interviews. The service is nice enough and the food is better than going to the cafeteria downstairs.They don't go too crazy here and keep things simple and familiar.
Four Seasons restaurant features fashionable Italian dining in Euro-sleek style.:
This hotel restaurant is curvaceous and elegant, with an antipasti bar, silky banquettes, mod Italian lighting and stunning private rooms. Discriminating travelers and movers... Pros + Superb people watching Cons - Expensive on-site parking