Food Review: Four Seasons

Here is a fluff free review of Four Seasons in Chinatown, London:


Notable Mentions: Any Duck Dish or Prawn Dumpling Soup
Overall Flavours: Excellent 
Staff Efficiency: 
Good
Ambiance: Average – not much of an ambiance, to be honest, but then again, it doesn’t matter once you’ve tasted the food!
Pricing: 
Cheap (Sterling Pound 0 – Sterling Pound 25) to Mid Range (Sterling Pound 25 – Sterling Pound 60)
Tips: Visit during odd hours or expect a queue
Additional Information: My mum and I also ordered the braised beancurd in oyster sauce which I do recommend if you’re a lover of beancurd, as I am, especially as the portion is huge! Moving onto the main recommendation, my family and I always (and I mean, always) visit Four Seasons at least once whilst in London as the quality of the duck is remarkable; unfortunately, we haven’t been able to find similar quality duck in Malaysia. To be honest, I didn’t know what to expect considering I haven’t returned in several years but after the first bite, I was in literal heaven – the flavours definitely remained consistent. For those wondering, we ordered the ‘Barbecue Meat on Rice’ for Sterling Pounds 7.90 and as you can see, the portion could feed an army!

“As long as there’s pasta and Chinese food in the world, I’m okay.” Michael Chang

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