About Four Winds - An Asian Restaurant
Four Winds is an extraordinary Horseshoe Bossier City fine dining experience: an Asian restaurant that combines five distinct cuisines, presenting authentic samplings of Cantonese, Mandarin, Szechwan, Vietnamese and Thai. The menu at Four Winds offers more astounding variety than any Bossier City restaurant, ranging from lemon grass soup and Western Australian rock lobster to Manila clams. Daily fresh fish specials are also featured, and four salt-water tanks showcase live delicacies such as fresh lobster and Dungeness crabs. With such a dazzling selection, you'll have your pick from some of the most delicate and flavorful culinary masterpieces that Asian cuisines have to offer.
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Wednesday - Sunday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We have a parking lot on property. We also offer valet parking to our Diamond and Seven Star guests.
Beer, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Wine
Four Winds - An Asian Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Everything about this place was wonderfu ...
Everything about this place was wonderful! Water glasses were filled almost immediately-I don't think my glass was ever empty! Sharon was an amazing server-so knowledgeable about the food & beverage options as well as the culture of the different "four corners" of Asia! We had the fried prawns appetizer, the moo sho pork & the orange skin chicken. Gorgeous interior!
Food was excellent, piping hot, nice pr ...
Food was excellent, piping hot, nice presentation, large portions that can easily be shared.
Sharon was our server and as usual the service was top notched. We had dinner before attending a concert and let Sharon know about our time line, she had us in and out within the hour. Would recommend Four Winds to anyone.
I was expecting greatness based on word ...
I was expecting greatness based on word of mouth reviews. I ordered the duck and it was bland and dry. I also tasted my sister's entree of chicken and vegetables and it was also bland
I do have to say the spring rolls were exceptional.
Have eaten here numerous times and the e ...
Have eaten here numerous times and the experience has always been good until this one. Food was cold and not near as good as usual. Service was poor due to lack of staff, I think. May skip this restaurant next time.
Food was above average; however, it coul ...
Food was above average; however, it couldn't justify the 2X higher prices (i.e., food was definitely not 2X better). Restaurant was asking a Market Price of $90 for a lobster dish! The evening meal was spoiled by a rude waitress.
I made a mistake by ordering the whole fried fish, which was over cooked. The waitress filleted the fish at the table using a butter knife, which shredded the fish. Nevertheless, my friend ordered the walnut shrimp, which was delicious. Our server was very kind and attentive, so I will try it again.
I was excited to try this place, but it did not live up to expectations. Having travelled to China, Singapore, and Thailand several times, I was hoping for fine dining with some authentic touches.
The first bad sign was the tea- once they realized I didn't want it iced, all they had was Pickwicks in a tea bag.
I went there in part because I was craving steamed dumplings. The ones at Four Winds were pretty good.
I found the lemongrass soup almost inedibly hot/spicy even though my tolerance for heat is quite high. Furthermore, it tasted more Chinese than Thai and there wasn't a notable lemongrass flavor. The other dishes we got that were marked "spicy" on the menu were not spicy at all and not particularly flavorful. The Singapore noodles were thin rice noodles instead of the thick noodles associated with that dish and were disappointingly bland despite the welcome hint of curry, not just lacking heat (which isn't needed in the dish), but also flavor. There were some high-end products, like giant sea scallops and lobster, but many items were then breaded, fried, and served in a sticky sweet sauce. Be aware that crispy means breaded and "wok fried" means deep fried, not sauteed.
The space is attractive and the service was very good. At that price point, I was hoping for more authenticity and expecting consistency. I didn't get either.
There was a large table of Chinese speakers near us and their food looked very different than ours- looked like bok choy with oyster sauce, steamed lobster, and some other dishes I couldn't see without being too nosey. It's possible we just ordered the wrong things, but I'm not likely to try again.
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