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Posted by Wsn46 on 12/30/2013
My husband and I were excited to join another couple on a double date to Seasons 52 in King of Prussia. While the ambiance was very enjoyable the food was mediocre at best and very much over-priced. The hostess was somewhat rude when we requested a booth instead of a table. Similarly our service was average and the wait time seemed exceptionally long, considering we had an early dinner reservation and the restaurant was far from crowded. Of our party of four guests, each of us left disappointed. The best part of our meal was dessert which was not worth the price of admission.
Posted by rgberg on 01/03/2012
Restaurant chain owned by Darden, of Olive Garden and Red Lobster fame. Has a couple of interesting gimmicks, but the food was average.
Posted by happy couple on 12/19/2011
Have been here several times with my husband and friends. Great staff, They all work together well. The piano bar is always enjoyable. The food is always fresh and very good. Will continue to recommend to family and friends. We have had multiple encounters with Holly the manager, and she has always been pleasant and an asset to 52
Posted by HGB on 06/21/2010
Ate at Seasons 52 with a friend last week. I had the baby lamb chops and they were fantastic. Perfectly cooked to the medium rare stage I had requested. Atmosphere is very contemporary and lively - although it would have been better if the piano player just played the piano and didn't try to sing (he wasn't very good). Service was friendly and efficient. I'm ready to go back for more!
Posted by chuck66 on 05/31/2010
Just had dinner at Seasons 52 KofP. My wife had been there and ordered the same: seared scallops and licked the plate clean. I had the special of buffalo steak with ancho chili sauce, roasted tomatoes and Mexican salad. So...buffalo steak, cooked medium rare to order, but was still pretty chewy. In fact, because I had an end piece, about half was very, very chewy, but the taste was okay. The roasted tomatoes were nothing but pith. A real disappointment. The Mexican salad could split a vote, but I'm a traditionalist so I would have preferred by green beans blanched (or if they were, blanched more) - they were like chewing grass. There was also spinach, corn and a fewblack beans. What was odd was that half the plate was cold (tomatoes and salad) and the other half hot - buffalo and sauce. The sauce was good if a bit mild, but as it spread across the plate, intruding upon the salad, everything took on the ancho chili flavor. So - okay, maybe. No more than a 3. The service was fine, the wine fine and the two desert tastings were also good. So - price point is excellent, but my own dinner was less than wonderful. Would I go back? Probably not.