Café on the Green is located inside the beautiful Four Seasons hotel. Wake up and have breakfast, while overlooking the pool area on the open patio. Have lunch with friends or as a business lunch. Seating is available for small and large groups without any rearranging. Dine on a Texas Akaushi burger or a cast iron blackened cod wrap. More traditional dishes include the grilled chicken sandwich and the Dagwood club sandwich. Café on the Green is open for dinner for walk-ins, as well as hotel guests. It offers a Boz beef tenderloin filet, Australian lamb chops, Ahi tuna and Scottish salmon. There are several side dishes to go along with your meal, including fried green tomatoes, corn bread succotash and mac and cheese. Café on the Green does take reservations but they are not required. It offers the services of a full bar and has drinks suitable for any situation.
Service was great, everyone from hostess to servicers were very nice and helpful. While food was delicious, I particularly enjoyed the mini macaron that came with dessert. Asked if I could have the recipe and an assistant chef came to the table to explain how it was made then asked for my contact information to give to the pastry chef. Got an email from the pastry chef two days later with recipe!
This was our first visit to the Cafe on the Green and it was for our anniversary. I found the food and service to be top notch. They don't have an extensive menu, but everything they do is excellent.
We will definitely go back again.
Rack of lamb was amazing.
Service was impeccable, but the steaks were disappointing. Wine list was also surprisingly limited.
Had delicious pre theater dinner here Thurs. The octopus appetizer salad and tortilla soup were excellent. The fish special and filet were also excellent.
i have been here 3 times for lunch-it is overlooking the beautiful pool and surroundings of the Four Seasons Hotel. Everything is great but what I like the most is they do not rush you. Its a very relaxing restaurant. Its a special place.
Visited for brunch. Buffet-style, with top notch selection of seafood, cheese, meat, and breakfast items. The dessert buffet was exceptionally good. Drinks are incldued in the price. I would recommend this place to anyone willing to celebrate something special or just wishing to enjoy a great dinner/brunch! Great service and staff, that did everything possible to accommodate us and our month-old baby!
Breakfast items are just ok but sushi is good. Seafood is above average (Shrimp, smoke samon, crab claws) but deserts are excellent(more than 20 items). Service is great but it was a little crowd and noisy - all tables were full. I will go back for the desert!
We finally were able to find a brunch in the real sense of the word, a buffet brunch. I'm personally tired of the menu-driven brunches that restaurants push these days. They are never as good as the buffet brunches where you can graze and get whatever you want in any amount!
The food at Café on the Green was high quality and delicious. All kinds of variety from breakfast items, to an egg station, carvery, waffles to order, and even a cute kid's table for their brunch items. There was delicious seafood and sushi, crab claws and shrimp and - you name it. Then for dessert, a whole room of 5 star desserts including a do it yourself cheesecake bar!
Our only slight disappointment came with the service. The waiters did not come by our table to clear used dishes when we returned to the buffet line. This is not good especially in a very upscale brunch. After we took our own dishes and scouted out a waiter a couple times, they start coming around to clear our table. We were never asked if we wanted more water, orange juice, or even coffee. Had to ask for coffee at the end of the meal and did get one cup. Nobody came by to ask if we would like a refill of coffee. This could all be improved.
But, the food was fantastic and we hope to return to this brunch soon again!
Originally thought Café on the Green would be overlooking the famous golf course, but was only adjacent to a grassy garden next to pool. Still nice. I did have to question what waitress called a five ounce pour of wine (looked about two fingers). After something said, waitress was rude rest of the evening. I'm sure they're trained to know where a five ounce pour is for the glass in which they serve wine, but for what you pay, a little grace extended there would be a greater reflection on desire to satisfy a customer. After I questioned and they found out it was our anniversary, subsequent pours were a little more accommodating to us. I would stress more customer satisfaction than being a stuffy, fancy, high priced, small food restaurant. Never understood why people are so attracted to and fooled that they are in a wonderful, 5-star restaurant so they tolerate a stuffy wait staff that never smiles and wants to argue rather than satisfy a customer.