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Four Seasons report

D Hound Mar 4, 2007 05:59 AM

Went y'day (Sat night, so we did have to wait around 25 mins to get a table!) to Four Seasons in London. Rumors were accurate - their roast duck is to die for. Absolutely delicious. We do plan to visit again. We had a great meal for 15 quid per person.

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    Ian RE: D Hound Mar 4, 2007 12:20 PM

    And why was it so good?

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      D Hound RE: Ian Mar 5, 2007 12:23 AM

      Very moist inside, and nice crispy skin. Very flavorful. Also, very tasty sweet sauce came with it. We thought it was a great meal for under 15 pounds per person.

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        zuriga1 RE: D Hound Mar 5, 2007 07:37 AM

        Maybe it would be good to clarify for tourists that this Four Seasons has nothing to do with the hotel chain. :-)

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          D Hound RE: zuriga1 Mar 6, 2007 01:33 AM

          Very true. Hopefully people will pick that up by looking at the reported price range though!

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            Bill Hunt RE: zuriga1 Mar 15, 2007 10:05 PM

            Very good point. As a yank, who is in the UK (primarily London, Mayfair) twice per year, and is a serious chowhound, I would have "assumed" that this was one of the restaurants at a Four Seasons hotel, say Park Lane Area. Thanks for the clarification - greatly appreciated, especially as we both love duck and are *always* looking for new dining spots, especially in the Mayfair District.


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              zuriga1 RE: Bill Hunt Mar 16, 2007 07:06 AM

              I'm a Yank, too, and still getting to know where to eat in London and nearby as I now have settled here. I naturally associated Four Seasons with the hotels but thank goodness for Google! In the States the restaurant probably would have been sued. :-)

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