Seasons Bistro

★★★★☆
  • 41 Griffin St

    Mcdonough, GA 30253

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  • 678-814-4995

About Seasons Bistro

Hours
Thu 5pm-10pm, Fri-Sat 5pm-11pm

Food

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I'm not sure what the culinary theme is at TSB, but a cursory perusal of the menu led me to believe Asian fusion was the intent. Asian "confusion" is more like it. The most disappointing item our party ordered was the "house special" of supposedly pan-fried noodles with chicken, beef, shrimp & scallops, intended for two people, at "market price." In a small town like McDonough, it never crossed my mind that "market price" for flavorless gummy noodles with overcooked proteins would be $48. My mistake for not asking, and SHAME SHAME SHAME on Cory the waiter for not offering to rectify the situation when we replied honestly to his question about how the food was. The other items ordered at our table were passable, but priced well over what was appropriate for such primitive execution. The server was inept and clearly felt no need to satisfy the clients who complained that their meal was tasteless. The array of desserts on offer--presented via a cart of gloomy artificial replicas of the unimaginative choices--did not entice any of us to partake. Thank goodness we passed on dessert...the bill was STAGGERINGLY high for the poor meal that we picked at. Words cannot describe what a rip-off this place is. Words can, however, encourage others to spend their money elsewhere...or at least just order drinks (although bottled beer is probably the only safe choice if the bartending is as incomptetent as the kitchen staff). I did notice a sign near the entrance asking patrons to turn off cell phones. I'm CERTAIN it's to keep them from warning friends not to eat here! ICK ICK ICK! The music was the ONLY reason to stay.

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★☆☆☆☆

I'm not sure what the culinary theme is at TSB, but a cursory perusal of the menu led me to believe Asian fusion was the intent. Asian "confusion" is more like it. The most disappointing item our party ordered was the "house special" of supposedly pan-fried noodles with chicken, beef, shrimp & scallops, intended for two people, at "market price." In a small town like McDonough, it never crossed my mind that "market price" for flavorless gummy noodles with overcooked proteins would be $48. My mistake for not asking, and SHAME SHAME SHAME on Cory the waiter for not offering to rectify the situation when we replied honestly to his question about how the food was. The other items ordered at our table were passable, but priced well over what was appropriate for such primitive execution. The server was inept and clearly felt no need to satisfy the clients who complained that their meal was tasteless. The array of desserts on offer--presented via a cart of gloomy artificial replicas of the unimaginative choices--did not entice any of us to partake. Thank goodness we passed on dessert...the bill was STAGGERINGLY high for the poor meal that we picked at. Words cannot describe what a rip-off this place is. Words can, however, encourage others to spend their money elsewhere...or at least just order drinks (although bottled beer is probably the only safe choice if the bartending is as incomptetent as the kitchen staff). I did notice a sign near the entrance asking patrons to turn off cell phones. I'm CERTAIN it's to keep them from warning friends not to eat here! ICK ICK ICK! The music was the ONLY reason to stay.

Pros: Surprisingly good live music

Cons: The food is simply AWFUL and TERRIBLY overpriced

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Good food with an Asian touch, elegant atmosphere with a changing art display in an old brick building. High class service and fine linens. Live music on weekends. Very nice bar with great wine selection. Perfect for a special night out.

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★★★★★

Good food with an Asian touch, elegant atmosphere with a changing art display in an old brick building. High class service and fine linens. Live music on weekends. Very nice bar with great wine selection. Perfect for a special night out.

Pros: Good food, good service, great atmosphere

Cons: Expensive, slightly hoity toity

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this is a cute little place good food, very reasonably priced, good and fast service, will continue to go here I have always enjoyed going here with friends

4
★★★★☆

this is a cute little place good food, very reasonably priced, good and fast service, will continue to go here I have always enjoyed going here with friends

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Great food, great atmosphere, great enterainment, great location and great service. Hope it stays around for a long time. The staff is wonderful and speedy.

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★★★★★

Great food, great atmosphere, great enterainment, great location and great service. Hope it stays around for a long time. The staff is wonderful and speedy.

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A fine dining restaurant just off the square. Love the valet parking and live music. Also great for lunch or just cocktails. They have a great menu and a good selection of beer and wines.

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★★★★☆

A fine dining restaurant just off the square. Love the valet parking and live music. Also great for lunch or just cocktails. They have a great menu and a good selection of beer and wines.

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