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Seasons 52, King of Prussia?

Was in a conversation with several women from Florida, who spoke in favorable terms of a chain called 'Seasons 52", which featured fresh ingredients, appealing low calorie meals.

Today I see there is one near the King of Prussia Mall. If it is open already, I have a couple of questions. How good was it? Do you have any idea whether their food is also low in salt content?

Website appeared to be pricey, even though no specific prices were shown, just ranging from $31+ for entrees.

What's your take on them?

Seasons 52
2000 Route 38 Ste 1145, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002

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  1. Oh, that's interesting. There seems to be one in Cherry Hill also.

    1. I have been to the one in K of P a few times ( and to Harvest in Chadd's Ford which is a clone) and found it just OK.....Very pretty place with an interesting, clubby type bar with a revolving piano stage with some live music...nice to eat in the bar now that there is no smoking!! Dining room is ok...Food that I had was OK...(hearing the theme)...All portions are touted to be under 500 calories I believe so they are somewhat small to meet that requirement. I had one bad experience there and they were quick to fix and give us gift cards to return....So, I say give it a try and let us know your thoughts!

      1. Found to be similar to thoughts of ilovesummer. Nothing wrong with it, but have not been back as too many other better choices.

        1. We had a couple of decent experiences at the location in WPB, Florida. We went to the location in Cherry Hill a couple of years ago and it was horrible. The service was deplorable and the food was barely average. Very pricy for the portion size.

          1. I've been to a couple of the other locations of Seasons 52. I found the food to be light and refreshing, but while it was good, it wasn't great. The last time I was at one was for a company dinner -- the edamame and all of the flatbreads that we ordered were delicious. I had a filet, mashed potatoes, and asparagus -- the asparagus was pretty good but the meat fell a little on the bland side for me, even considering what they would have had to do to keep it under the calorie limit. Then they brought out the tower of mini-desserts, and we each had 2 -- I got the meyer lemon pound cake and the sugar free cookies and cream. Both were really good!

            1. I've been to Seasons 52 in Ft. Lauderdale, but not KOP. I'm pretty sure they're all the same, based on some of the comments in this post. I really only remember the salads and flat breads, both of which I liked. I don't recall anything about the entree if had, so it couldn't have been that good. I'm not in any hurry to get to the one in KOP.

              1. Visited the KOP location. Decor and service were pleasant. But to quote crazyspice "Very pricey for the portion size."

                1. Flatbreads and desserts are acceptable, in between is not very memorable.

                  1. we have one here in Boca Raton Fl and I am underwhelmed and don't quite get the place. yes it looks nice, service is good but the food is always the same. They say they change the menu 3 or 4 times a year to coincide with the seasons but they are all variations of a theme. Kinda like a chain with an independent feel but the food is just not that special.

                    1. The problem with Seasons 52 is that there is nothing really bad with it but there is nothing really memorable with it. The flat breads were tasty but not anything to write home about. The fish was cooked well but no significant flavor other than the light char from the grill and the flavor of the fish. Not that there is anything wrong with that. The roasted vegetables did not have enough depth of flavor for being roasted. The best I can say is that an entree didn't offend and it was only 10 Weight Watchers points. Simple, astir and low cal.

                      1. I enjoy it, it's great for groups who want to eat some what healthy. There are some hits and misses.

                        I really enjoy their fish tacos, and goat cheese ravioli but I wasn't very please with their seared tuna salad.

                        and the little shot glass desserts are delicious with no guilt. It's worth a trip now and then but it's not a place I would frequent.

                        Also try going for lunch prices are a little less expensive.

                        1. I had lunch at the Cherry Hill location with some friends last year... meh. I had some sort of flatbread, which was okay but could have used more of the toppings (it was under-dressed). I wouldn't make a point of going back, but I'd eat there if I was starving.