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About Quattro - Four Seasons Hotel - Houston
A warm, inviting retreat in downtown Houston’s business and financial districts, Quattro’s focus is contemporary Italian cuisine served by attentive restaurant staff. Chef Maurizio Ferrarese brings modern, ingredient-driven cuisine from his native Italy, expanding the scope of Houston’s exciting food scene. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily and Sunday brunch, Quattro’s menus are vibrant and alluring. Join us for great food, exciting wines, and lively atmosphere in downtown Houston.
Quattro accommodates 235 diners in the bar, dining room and four of the unique private dining rooms.
Houston, TX 77010
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 11:30am, Saturday - Sunday: 7:00am - 11:30am
Lunch Daily: 11:30am - 2:30pm
Dinner Nightly: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Vinoteca Nightly: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 2:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live entertainment on Friday nights
For any catering inquiries please contact our Private Dining Manager, Alexi Signet at (713) 652-6218 or via email: Alexi.Signet@fourseasons.com
Hotel Parking available and parking validated with stamp from Quattro. Parking Validation $6 during the day and complimentary for dinner.
GreenLink: Runs Monday through Friday from 8 AM- 5 PM with drop off on Dallas Street.
MetroRail: Main Street rail with stops between Lamar & McKinney
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
For any special event inquiries please contact our Private Dining Manager, Alexi Signet at (713) 652-6218 or via email: Alexi.Signet@fourseasons.com
Four private dining rooms, Vinoteca and the main dining room are available for exclusive events, accommodating parties of four to 150 guests. The perfect place to enjoy an intimate dinner or celebrate a special occasion, each room is also fully equipped for business meetings including audio/visual.
Quattro - Four Seasons Hotel - Houston Ratings and Reviews
Always an excellent brunch. The variety of food and quality are unmatched. Wait staff is excellent. The one downside is atmosphere as many guests are underdressed and families with crying children are commonplace. Take away this 20% of the clientele or be lucky enough not to be seated in the area, and this premium priced brunch will be worthwhile.
The variety and quality of food items at this brunch are the best in Houston. They cover the old standards beautifully, but also have other wonderful choices seldom seen at a brunch. The Mimosas and Bloody Mary's are included in the price, which at first blush seems a bit steep, but given the quality, quantity and variety of foods available, it's quite reasonable...A must try!
Great brunch, staff and service impressive. As far as valued I love to see more seafood, but I don't know what it's like in Houston. I'm from Miami so all we have is fresh seafood. Guy makes the world best crepes, I told him to surprise me. And he did just that
First Off Cam was amazing. His recommendation was spectacular. We head the homemade lasagna which was hearty & meaty rich & flavorful. Followed by the carbonara which had a salty undertone due to pancetta great dish. And to finish strozzapreti "choke the priest" which cooked in the bolognese ragú very rustic slight hints of rosemary. Was a terrific meal I loved everything & Cam was a rockstar. Brandon Herkes touched our table. Great menu chef Maurizio Ferrase
We made a reservation here because it was very highly rated in Open Table. But from the start it was not what we expected. We were seated at the bar - very load with a football game on. Not what you expect when you make a dinner reservation. Then there was 1 waitress serving the whole room. She ran hard and fast, Andy no reflection on her, she had a hard time keeping up. Then the food was OK, but not given the price levels. All told this was low service, high priced, in a bar. Not at all what we expected.
There's nothing really wrong with Quattro.
There's just nothing really right.
I chose it as I needed to have a business meeting in the area and wanted someplace where it would be possible to speak in a conversational manner and it worked for that, so no issue there. Certainly everyone was cordial and attentive if not particularly engaging. The real question is...what is this place? I think there may be a fundamental structural difficulty in being a hotel dining room required to serve three meals a day, seven days a week, to what is somewhat of a captive audience so one has to appeal to a broad range of tastes and trying to be a specialty restaurant. The lunch menu was vaguely Italian with a very symmetrical offering of soup, salad, sandwiches and some hot main courses. One of everything for everyone but nothing particularly interesting to anyone. The $25 room temperature and rather dry Pollo Milanese isn't going to bring in anyone who could just as easily go to Da Marco.
Again, as I said.....nothing was truly amiss. No one was rude, the setting is spacious and attractive if a bit shopworn; there's no real reason to avoid it.
There just isn't any real reason to go in either.
Very disappointed this year. We came to the Christmas buffet two years ago and it was stellar! This year we didn't get seated until 15 minutes past our reservation. The service was so subpar. There were three waiters in a our room of maybe 10 tables. Never got refills or fresh napkins that they removed from the tables. It wasn't worth the price of admission and we definitely won't be back
We have been coming here fro Christmas brunch for about 5 years now and the food is always great. It has gotten pretty pricy though so I am not sure that we will continue. There seems to be many other restaurants in the city with great buffets for under $90 PP.
Incredibly varied and beautifully prepared holiday buffet. The best I have ever experienced in Houston in last 50 years. Definitely ups the ante for all competition. Service gracious and efficient. Pleasant surroundings. Masterfully carried off despite gigantic crowd.
Went for the 2016 Christmas Day brunch as have done many times. I guess it's becoming quite popular since even though I made reservations far in advance, my 70 year-old mother and I were seated at literally the most distant table from the buffet area, in a remote room. I wanted to request a table closer to main dining room since we were there at 11:15, but my mother asked me not to because she didn't want to make a scene. You'd think the host would take age into account when assigning tables. Apparently not since an elderly gentleman using a walker was also seated in this remote room. Forgot to mention there were stairs going down into this remote dining room. What's happened to common sense? I forgot - it's not common.
This year's buffet layout was vastly inferior to prior years. The seafood area was right next to the dessert area, and both were in the main (only) entryway to the buffet areas. It was so congested with people starting with the seafood area and those finishing with desserts that it was almost impossible to make your way to the other food lines - and of course no one was interested in making room for you to get by. Perhaps they thought I was trying to cut in line. I just wanted to get to the other food stations.
The food was amazing as always and the service during dining was (overly) attentive. Post-dining service was totally botched. I pulled my credit card from my wallet and left it on table to indicate we were ready to pay our bill. I'm a watch watcher so I started timing how long it sat there. About 9 minutes. Server took credit card and was gone for about another 8 minutes. Check arrived for three people - there were only two at our table. Luckily I noticed it before the server left. Took 13 minutes for her to return with the corrected check.
Hopefully upper level management will read this and take corrective action on the buffet layout and post-dining service.
Well we always loved the Four seasons - but in the realm of hotels and restaurants it is so dated - wood chairs- scared up- seats not sitable- needs new cushions bottom line the furniture is way too dated - NOT A WHITE TABLE CLOTH RESTAURANT. The food prices were very good, the winter salad excellent - our waitress. Elio I think for Budapest- the absolute best!!! She if 24- 25- and great service and was all over the restaurant taking care of every one- keep her on your staff for MANAGEMENT from someone that has been that in industry.
The Ambiance was nice and the service was excellent. The food was mediocre at best. I had the seafood stew and my wife had lasagne. The seafood was just alright and the lasagne was terrible.
The dessert and coffee were excellent. The Tiramisu with house made lady fingers was prepared table side. Nice Marsala wine and espresso and fresh mascarpone was especially good. Probably the best I've had. I worked for Club Corporation of America with chefs from the Culinary Arts Institute of New York and other great cooking schools and I know what great food tastes like. The entrees fell short of great food. However the coffee and dessert made the night out pleasant.
I wouldn't return for the food but coffee and dessert...definitely.
I love the quick lunch. It is such a great value. 4 courses for $23 including drink. It is pre-fix so you don't get to choose. (They will let you get berries or fruit instead of the desert if you would like) Only thing they could improve is offering something other than chocolate for dessert. (Not everyone like chocolate. LOL )
I love the window booths comfy with a great view of downtown. The waitstaff is always friendly and have great suggestions. Such a great place to people watch>
Very disappointed in the slow service. The waiter and manager apologies but the evening dragged on with us waiting for each course. Our meals were average and not at all fit for foodies as described. One meal was taken off the bill because after the long wait it was over cooked and dry.
I cannot explain how this hotel restaurant turned corridors and grand scale rooms into a perfect family Thanksgiving experience, but they pulled it off beautifully. Our family of seven felt as if we were having the world's best family Thanksgiving dinner. All of the staff took precisely the perfect mixed tone of informality and formality, warmth and professionalism, helpful but not intrusive, responsive in every way. We wish that a table just the right size for seven had been set and prepared for us so there would not have been scrambling and trying to choose a suitable table upon arrival. The first table offered was right next to a large preparation staging area for wait staff and was not quite the perfect size and set up for seven. The table we ended up using was a tight fit for seven and some family had to fight the table legs and ended up jostling us quite a bit. Other than that, the entire experience from greetings to departure was perfect. The food was amazing and family members of all ages were so pleased and relaxed. The entire set up had a playful quality about it that really worked.
We were a party of four following a Rockets game, and picked this because of its convenience to Toyota Center. The food, service, ambience, etc. were wonderful.. One small complaint, I ordered the Tuna Tartare and the Tuna was great but the sauce was very bland tomato sauce, not what I have experienced elsewhere with this dish. But we had a great time and shared our meals and dessert.
Quattro provides a pleasant, unrushed, relaxing dining experience for family or dining with friends. Service was excellent - our server was attentive, knowledgeable and accommodating. Reasonable menu selection and food quality was very good. Try the tiramisu for dessert.
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