Seasons 52 Restaurant

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By sharon haseley

Posted on October 27th, 2005

Seasons 52 sophisticated grill and wine bar.
Seasons 52 is a very sophisticated grill and wine bar located on Sand lake road.
Their food is extremely healthy and they only use natural cooking techniques such as grilling over oak and mesquite, which gives the food exceptional taste and fewer calories.
Their menu is seasonal and changes weekly , hence the name Seasons 52.
They use freshly harvested foods which are at their peak depending on season.

Every meal on their extensive menu contains less than 475 calories and each meal is nutritionally balanced to include the highest quality lean meats and seafood, good carbs and beneficial oils such as extra virgin olive oil.
This also includes their deserts so you can afford to indulge yourself without the guilt.

We arrived and took advantage of the valet parking, the atmosphere was electric and the place was buzzing. The wait was short and we had not pre booked, but it is a huge place. We had drinks in the bar area first before being shown to our table.

The staff are extremely efficient and friendly and the service excellent.
The menu is fairly extensive and there is something for everyone, one of our party was a vegetarian and their was plenty to choose from.

I can recommend their flatbreads to start with, which were absolutely delicious and not too heavy that they take the edge off your main course.
The double garlic chicken with balsamic onions and roasted red peppers was a great choice as was the vine ripened tomato flatbread with roasted garlic, sweet basil and parmesan.
The entrees include various salads, vegetables, meats and fish
The filet mignon with crushed potatoes, asparagus and grilled crimini mushrooms was delicious as was the Blackened mahi mahi with mashed sweet potato and sweet pepper relish and market vegetables.

The deserts all looked so inviting it was really hard to choose, the server brings a selection to your table and talks you through each one , they are all served in glass tumblers and each one looked so scrummy it was a difficult decision , but I couldn’t resist the old fashioned carrot cake, although they all looked wonderful.

The wine list was also very extensive and the Conch Y Toro Cabernet was a great choice , complementing our meal perfectly.

Overall it was a most enjoyable experience which we all agreed on and we will definitely be returning there and recommend you give it a whirl.
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