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Begin your afternoon with a tea infused cocktail as you peruse through special offerings by tease tea, Naked Princess, and Nuubia Chocolat. Enjoy inspired sweet and savory nibbles as you sip on Quattro's latest tea offerings.

Tickets are $38 per person (Purchase two tickets and get the third complimentary!)

Reservations required by calling 650-566-1200!
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Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley 2050 University Ave East Palo Alto, CA 94303
2050 University AvenueUSCaliforniaEast Palo Alto94303
$$$Italian Restaurant, Bar
Italian Restaurant
Breakfast Restaurant
Today 6:30AM–12AM
Wednesday 6:30AM–12AMThursday 6:30AM–12AMFriday 6:30AM–12AMSaturday 6:30AM–12AMSunday 6:30AM–12AMMonday 6:30AM–12AMTuesday 6:30AM–12AM
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Northern Italian comfort food served in a modern, refined setting with a garden terrace.- Google
"The food here is absolutely excellent, especially the chicken and waffle."
"Super overpriced food and slow service"
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Gary Chou
2 months ago
I go there for brunch on the weekend once a month in the past 5 years. Compared to other places with the same quality of food, you can always find a seat at the Four Seasons hotel restaurant Quattro without waiting. The food here is absolutely excellent, especially the chicken and waffle. However, the brunch pre fix menu has gone down hill in quality compared to its past a la carte menu. As for dinner, the food is above average, but please avoid their Valentine's Day dinner. They charge $360 a person this year while only $125 in the past. The food is definitely not $360 worthy as I have had plenty of dinners at that level and Four Seasons is no Michelin star restaurant.
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Chris Skelton
6 months ago
Both the food and the atmosphere were top-notch. Zachary and the rest of the staff created a welcoming environment and accommodated our dietary preferences and needs seamlessly. They had no trouble finding creative and delicious substitutions for the ingredients that we needed to avoid. The Wagyu filet mignon was cooked to perfection, leaner than most Wagyus, and remarkably reasonably priced for its high quality. Hopefully they will make this part of the regular menu once they revise it in the coming months, Also, we thought that the scallops were some of the best that we have tried in California. The Velvet Revolver dessert was a refreshing and stylish finish. (It's too complicated to describe here. You need to see it to believe it.) Even relatively simple stuff like the bread and a side dish of potatoes au gratin was prepared with care and attention to detail that took it to a special level. The one weak point was the broccoli, which was overly salty/seasoned, but that was a footnote. Having a chef's appetizer was a cool touch. Overall, this meal was a great balance between being creative enough to be stimulating but not so outlandish that looking at it was more fun than eating it. We're looking forward to returning soon!
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Yandry Pozo
3 weeks ago
super overpriced food and slow service
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Mihir Meghani
a year ago
I have been here for 3 breakfast meetings & came for dinner with my wife. The service is always good. The food is good as well & they are vegetarian & vegan friendly. I have had oatmeal & granola for breakfast, with smoothies. For our single dinner visit, we had a gazpacho soup, misticanza salad, risotto (very good), & a pasta dish (okay). The mint lime spritzer was very good for a non alcoholic drink options. None of the deserts though were eggless. It gets a 4 & not 5 as it is very pricey. Parking is plentiful & free. They have valet parking for a fee. This restaurant is in the Four Seasons Hotel, & across from Ikea & off highway 101.
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Brent Cotton
a month ago
Dom Perignon by the glass! Yum yum. Great food too. Killer restaurant at the Four Seasons Palo Alto and close to downtown University.
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Andrew Till
4 months ago
Excellent food, attentive staff (but not hovering), nice surroundings and a place your always likely to see a well known player in the tech space
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Gary Chou
2 months ago
great brunch, but over priced dinner
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Darren Baker
3 years ago
Went here for an anniversary dinner the other night and had a decent time. The ambiance was quite nice, though it was clear there were a lot of business dinners in progress when we arrived a little after 7. (The place had quieted down somewhat by the time we left around 9.) Our waiter was very friendly and attentive, so that was a plus (though service is secondary to food quality in my book). The food was not bad but left a little to be desired, given the price and the very small portions. There was also not a lot of variety on the menu. On the whole, we didn't have any major complaints, but we probably won't make it a point to come back here on a recurring basis.
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