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Four Seasons Westlake, CA

dkrocks Mar 28, 2007 08:17 PM

Anyone been to the new restaurant in the Four Seasons Hotel in Westlake? Staying at the hotel this weekend and was just curious before we make reservations...

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  1. liu RE: dkrocks Mar 28, 2007 08:54 PM

    dkrocks - There are a few places to eat in the new Four Seasons Hotel in Westlake Village: Onyx Sushi bar, the main dining room, and a small health food cafe. Additionally, you could eat on the patio, but I am not sure which restaurant serves there.

    I can speak to the sushi bar, and considering that you are there on a weekend, I would advise reservations, bar or table. Unless you really don't like sushi or prefer a more formal dining set-up, the sushi bar is very pretty and you can always sit at a table for a restaurant feel.

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      dkrocks RE: liu Mar 29, 2007 07:19 PM

      Thanks alot for your quick response! will try the sushi...

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        liu RE: dkrocks Mar 29, 2007 09:52 PM

        Please report back. I was there when they first opened, and I am hopeful that it will improve with time. Having checked out all of the other dining sites available, I still believe that the sushi bar is a good option -- if the menu suits you. There are many choices besides traditional sushi.

    2. Snackish RE: dkrocks Mar 30, 2007 07:58 AM

      My friends went for afternoon tea and said the food was lovely but they served bagged tea. I just cannot imagine why.

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        liu RE: Snackish Mar 30, 2007 08:58 AM

        EEeeeeew (with TWO capital "E's"!
        I think if an establishment is striving for a certain level of excellence, that level must be consistent all the way through for them to achieve integrity. When I experience such lapses in consistency here-and-there, such as fine china service with a tea bag, it truly upsets their message of "this is what we are" for me.
        Does this make sense?

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          dkrocks RE: Snackish Mar 31, 2007 09:58 AM

          not good - thats a drag...
          i will definitely report back after this weekend. thank you all for your thoughts.

        2. scrappydog RE: dkrocks Mar 30, 2007 01:44 PM

          We dined at Hamptons during the holidays after it had just opened. The food, service and decor were all very good. Emphasis on fresh ingredients and a variety of seafood and meat entre options. I would go again.

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