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Opened in December 2002 on Vasile Lascar Street near Gemeni Square, Four Seasons was a small restaurant, with only 10 tables. The owner Alain, a passionate gourmand, opened it especially to satisfy at any hour his culinary craves with close friends and less as a business. He selected a team of skilful and passionate chefs who succeeded in winning fast the heart of Bucharest people.

Thus, the space became cramped and the reservations were made a long time in advance. It was time for expansion so they added to the initial space another saloon and a cool terrace, a true oasis of green in the heart of Bucharest.

The restaurant boasts itself with the visit of many personalities from various fields: artists, journalists, politicians, sportsmen who appreciated the quality of foods but also the warm and elegant ambiance.

In March 2014 Alain opened a new Four Seasons restaurant, a second Lebanese paradise, this time in the area of Dorobanți. Here the space is of a perfect elegance, a unique environment among the restaurants of Bucharest. The smooth Oriental accents, the decorative work in shades of white and beige form an intimate and sophisticate frame.

The food is here at superlative, absolutely divine and is preferred by gourmands, vegetarians and amateurs of healthy food alike for freshness, for special flavours, but also for the refinement of presentation.

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Location Four Seasons DorobantiBucharest, Calea Dorobantilor, No. 177
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