The menu selections are outstanding for health nut (me) and others who are not. Their juice selection delicious. And the waiters attentive and extremely helpful!
We had breakfast each morning during our stay at the Four Seasons Hotel and it was fantastic. My eggs benedict was delicious and the service was the finest I have experienced. We loved The Garden. I wish I could have breakfast there every morning.
There's a new brunch menu at the Garden, with Cheddar Eggs and Grits in a cast iron skillet, Blueberry stuffed Frenchbread Toast with Nutella, Lobster Hash, homemade Donuts and ... I feel I should leave something for you to discover on your own. Definitely pricey, but the seamless service, roomy tables and truly tasty food makes it work. After all,... More
The garden is a nice setting for a breakfast or lunch. Love the indoor trees. The food is very good; not outstanding however. For a price tag of $50+ per person for breakfast, I think the value lacks a bit. Everything was fresh, and well prepared, and the service was excellent, but for that kind of price you expect a... More
The garden at the Four Seasons is small and intimate but a Four Seasons experience nonetheless. I enjoy brunch at any of their properties. We had just attended a ceremony at Columbia University and stopped in. Great service, immediately sat even without reservation. Parking is typical NYC, so valet. The mimosa was great as were the Eggs Benedict.
We had a day in Manhattan and with the Four Seasons as our base, had both breakfast and lunch at The Garden. Breakfast was disappointing, but we were hopeful for lunch, which ended up being outright bad. Breakfast was eggs Benedict with the Belgium waffle. The Benedict was passable, if basic. The waffle was very plain and bland, with poor... More
At the risk of a dreadful simile, the lobby of New York's Four Seasons Hotel could have been designed by Albert Speer and sitting in The Garden Restaurant is a joy. Service is terrific. Food excellent. Tables are generously spaced so private conversation is easy. Perfect for breakfast and lunch meetings.
Once you get over the cost of eating at the Four Seasons, the experience is quite enjoyable. I stayed for a few days, and enjoyed the service and the food. For breakfast I particularly enjoyed the French toast, made with baguette, which gave it more texture than he usual hits bread versions you get normally.
I'd definitely go back with family anf friends. I was there with 2 clients for business meeting. We ordered quick lunch items so that we don't waste time on food but discuss business
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