Specializing in both Chinese and Japanese cuisine, TL's Four Seasons provides casual dining for lunch and dinner. Using the philosophy of yin and yang, its menu of sushi, soups, fried rice, hand rolls and noodle dishes offers a beautiful balance of flavor.
The owners of TL’s Four Seasons are professional chefs with backgrounds in Asian-style cooking. Signature dishes include Schezwan scallops and a garlic beef tenderloin dish. With its semi-open kitchen, the restaurant allows guests to watch as fresh fish is prepared within sight and made into an array of tasty sushi recipes. TL’s Four Seasons also offers daily lunch specials, and a small selection of wines are included on the menu.
Enjoyed sashimi and several rolls. Our server was very friendly and helpful. I would like to see their Sake choices expanded to improve the dining experience.
This is one of our absolute favorite places and worth the 18 min drive. Consistently great food and service.
A favorite place for our family for years. Fresh, flavorful, unique food. Delicious,
Thank You Ron and Noy for an excelent evening. We were here on 3/21/2015 to celebrate three March birthdays!! The food was great and the service was even better. I have been here several times over the past five plus years. Never disapointed!!
Tried the Crunchy Garlic Shrimp and it was fantastic, would recommend this.. a little noisy but manageable. Would suggest reservations b/c very busy on the weekends.
Have been here many times and it never disappoints. The food is all excilent. Will be back
A must try for any sushi lovers in the northwest suburbs. Great service and incredible prices.
Made a reservation on Opentable but the restaurant didn't check this sight. Luckily they weren't busy at our time otherwise we would have had to wait and that would have been a problem.
The food is excellent. The service is great. The price is right.
Let me start by saying "I know it is a busy time on New Years Eve for restaurants, things come up & you need to be patient".The problem I have is when restaurants are greedy & inconsiderate of costumers time.
This particular business establishment I'm guessing it holds approximately 50-60 consumers comfortably. When we showed up for our reservation, I knew it was not looking good. There were about 30 people huddled around the bar area & blocking the entrance(fire hazard). When I was finally able to approach the counter,the workers were in a frenzy with multiple lists of names/numbers from Open Table & call ins. When I inquired about how long it would be,they said probably about 30 minutes. Ok, again, understandable it is New Years Eve. At that time some of us muzzled our way to the bar & got to talking to some of the others waiting for their table. I then started questioning the organization of this establishment. There were groups of 11, 9, 7, 6, & 8 that had the same time slot we did. Well, I am not a Sushi restaurant business owner,but it doesn't take much to figure out that that is impossible to achieve since a)Sushi is an art & it is a meal which takes time to prepare & serve and b)the restaurant can only hold so many customers at 1 time & it was obvious that the times were badly overlapping. 1 hour went by & I again inquired. They informed me they were working on it. 30 minutes went by (1-1/2 hours after our reservation) & nothing. At that time I approached the young lady at the desk & just plainly asked her if she had a time because the waiting time was not acceptable anymore.
She at that time took it upon herself to rudely walk away. So,that was it for me & my group.
We actually went down the sidewalk to JC's Mexican Restaurant & made the best of the situation who welcomed us with smiles. Not the way we really planned on spending 2 hours of our time on New Years Eve!
*couldn't really rate food..didn't eat there! based it on watching others for 1-1/2 hours