St Paul Police Dept

★★★☆☆
  • 514 Grand St

    Saint Paul, NE 68873

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  • 308-754-9112

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We had excellent service during our first visit to The San Franciscan, but wouldn't return because of their food. The Seared Ahi Tuna was overpeppered (couldn't even taste the tuna) and the Seared Asian Scallops had a watery, flavorless sesame-ginger sauce. Dessert was great, though...so I do recommend their Rockslide Brownie!

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We had excellent service during our first visit to The San Franciscan, but wouldn't return because of their food. The Seared Ahi Tuna was overpeppered (couldn't even taste the tuna) and the Seared Asian Scallops had a watery, flavorless sesame-ginger sauce. Dessert was great, though...so I do recommend their Rockslide Brownie!

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Went there a couple of weeks ago. No longer there. Don't know if they relocated, or just went out of business.

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Went there a couple of weeks ago. No longer there. Don't know if they relocated, or just went out of business.

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Although it is located on Main Street, the front court yard is ideal for lunches. While we were there, the water fixture and small plants block out most of traffic noise. The food is delicious. It is Vietnamese yet with western influence. Lunch special portion is big for average size women but perfect for men. Price is decent. Waiters keep filling up our beverages without us asking.

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Although it is located on Main Street, the front court yard is ideal for lunches. While we were there, the water fixture and small plants block out most of traffic noise. The food is delicious. It is Vietnamese yet with western influence. Lunch special portion is big for average size women but perfect for men. Price is decent. Waiters keep filling up our beverages without us asking.

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Simply said - the beef and chciken were overcooked and dry and the service was not up to par. The spring rolls were fair. Sat outside which was somewhat cramped. Next time to authentic Vietnamese food. Would not recommend to anyone.

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Simply said - the beef and chciken were overcooked and dry and the service was not up to par. The spring rolls were fair. Sat outside which was somewhat cramped. Next time to authentic Vietnamese food. Would not recommend to anyone.

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Poor service, average food, and pretentious pricing. With most dishes costing more than $10 (even for "small plates"), they're charging upscale San Francisco restaurant prices for essentially the same type of food that's available for at least 1/3 less at Chinese/Vietnamese/Thai restaurants in San Francisco neighborhoods like the Sunset and Richmond. $12 for a relatively small portion of pad thai? $8 for "traditional" Vietnamese fresh pork/shrimp spring rolls? Gimme a break. But at these prices, they should at least change silverware with each course. Our waitress was clueless about the menu. I even had to stop our waitress from taking away an unfinished dish. Our over-eager waitress eventually prevailed and took away my half-filled glass of beer. Three Seasons is good enough for East Bay surburbanites who don't care to venture out to San Francisco for good, authentic food at reasonable prices.

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Poor service, average food, and pretentious pricing. With most dishes costing more than $10 (even for "small plates"), they're charging upscale San Francisco restaurant prices for essentially the same type of food that's available for at least 1/3 less at Chinese/Vietnamese/Thai restaurants in San Francisco neighborhoods like the Sunset and Richmond. $12 for a relatively small portion of pad thai? $8 for "traditional" Vietnamese fresh pork/shrimp spring rolls? Gimme a break. But at these prices, they should at least change silverware with each course. Our waitress was clueless about the menu. I even had to stop our waitress from taking away an unfinished dish. Our over-eager waitress eventually prevailed and took away my half-filled glass of beer. Three Seasons is good enough for East Bay surburbanites who don't care to venture out to San Francisco for good, authentic food at reasonable prices.

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I usually go to the Three Seasons in San Francisco at least once or twice a week. It is just the coolest place to meet up with friends. The Ambience is fun and the food is delicious. Nice and light. I was thrilled to find the same restaurant in Walnut Creek. Of course, I did not hesitate to go. It was just as great. I would recommend this restaurant to everyone. Proportions are good. Service is good. Food is great. What more can one ask for?

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I usually go to the Three Seasons in San Francisco at least once or twice a week. It is just the coolest place to meet up with friends. The Ambience is fun and the food is delicious. Nice and light. I was thrilled to find the same restaurant in Walnut Creek. Of course, I did not hesitate to go. It was just as great. I would recommend this restaurant to everyone. Proportions are good. Service is good. Food is great. What more can one ask for?

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delicious food - ahi spring rolls, happy buns (not at all what you'd expect - the "bun" is like a thick wrap folded over), seasame crusted scallops and fried bananas - coupled with great service, beautiful decor. plus they have a nice outdoor dining area (the only one that I know of like it in the area)... this place is going to be huge...would like to keep it all for myself but it's too good. great value. wonderful cuisine.

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delicious food - ahi spring rolls, happy buns (not at all what you'd expect - the "bun" is like a thick wrap folded over), seasame crusted scallops and fried bananas - coupled with great service, beautiful decor. plus they have a nice outdoor dining area (the only one that I know of like it in the area)... this place is going to be huge...would like to keep it all for myself but it's too good. great value. wonderful cuisine.

Pros: delicious food, variety, decor & ambience

 

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