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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 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 - 9:00pm
Saturday: 7:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday: 7:00am - 2:00pm
Breakfast Daily: 6:30am - 10:45am
Lunch Daily: 11:00am - 2:30pm
Dinner Nightly: 5:30pm - 9:00pm
Vinoteca Nightly: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 2:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
For any catering inquiries please contact our Private Dining Manager, My Ha at (713) 652-6218 or via email: My.Ha@fourseasons.com
Hotel Parking available and parking validated with stamp from Quattro. Parking validation reduced 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, My Ha at (713) 652-6218 or via email: My.Ha@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
Very disappointed with the new layout for Sunday Brunch. Can hardly see the crepe stand due to the switch to put the fruit cups in its place, which makes absolutely no sense. Gave up 3 revenue generating tables for an omelette station. The lights continuously went out where the breakfast food is now located such as bacon and waffles. Quattro was my favorite Sunday Brunch spot. Not so sure anymore. Things keep changing. It was bad enough to get rid of the best piano player in Houston during Brunch. Now, you don’t hear any music! Sunday was a bit of a let down to me. The guy who use to do the caviar station presentation was so awesome! Not the new guy Sunday. The prosciutto was old and hard. Big let down in my opinion.
I was in town for a meeting and looked for a restaurant with vegetarian options within walking distance to the Marriott Marquis. Quattro seemed to fit the bill. I took 3 people from a customer to dinner. Service was rather slow but restaurant was not that crowded to justify. Two of us had the pasta pomodoro (vegetarian)-it was not that flavorful and could have used more sauce. One person had a pasta with seafood sauce and had to ask for additional sauce (it was a lot of linguine; apparently rather dry). So maybe they are stingy with sauce. Also rather pricy (which I knew from looking at the menu online)-still $14 or $15 for a starter salad seems high. $5 for tea, yet only $6 for cappuccino? Not sure I would go back if I were in town again.
We went for Thanksgiving dinner. The atmosphere and service were excellent. Most of the food we had was very good except for the red snapper I had was way overcooked. I’ve had better red snapper at Papas and goode company then at the four seasons. You have to be very careful with fish not to overcook it. Disappointing when you paid $68 for the meal
Went to Quattro for Thanksgiving for what we hoped would be a great meal with nice ambiance. Unfortunately, the food was subpar (turkey was dry) and everything else was just so so. Most people dressed formally, but table next to us featured a guy wearing jeans, tennis shoes, torn T-shirt and a ball cap who looked like he hadn’t bathed since the Clinton administration. Seriously? In a fancy restaurant at the Four Seasons on Thanksgiving? What ever happened to dress codes?
This has to be one of the gems in Houston. The location is perfect, the food outstanding, the service and wine selection top notch. The decor is elegant and understated, excellent for date night or business meal. They even validate parking for dinner and brunch.
We went for Restaurant Weeks. I'm an admitted Italian food snob, so I'm hard on Italian restaurants. And this could just be that I like recipes the way they're supposed to be, not with all the new culinary additions and subtractions, which is why the lower score on the food. It was all good, but Panzanella is a peasant dish with lots of bread, tomatoes, olive oil and other things all mixed together. This was a prissy little combo nothing like the original. The food was good, just not what I was looking forward to. The panna cotta was very good. The carbonara was pretty good, just not like they do it in Italy.
I discovered brasiolla...It's my choice of cold cuts now. I had the snapper wich was delusciously cooked just enough, not dry not overcooked. It melts in my mouth. I am VERY picky with fish and this is just perfect. My diner ended with their version of canoli....Simply devine.
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