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About Seasons - Westin Prince Toronto
Seasons at the Prince Restaurant & 900 Lounge is located inside the Westin Prince Toronto Hotel. Guests are welcome to enjoy the beauty of Seasons for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily as well as a Sunday Brunch Buffet. Seasons is bright & airy, allowing guests to nourish the soul while feeding the body. The Westin Prince Hotel is located on 15 acres of land and Seasons Restaurant overlooks a naturally wooded parkland, and provides our guests a refreshing view while indulging in our culinary delights. The menu is international, and we use local and market fresh ingredients to prepare our dishes. It is sure to delight your taste-buds! Seasons and Westin are proud to be affiliated with SuperFoods which offers health-enhancing menu items rich in antioxidants and underscores Westin's commitment to helping guests live their best lives.
Toronto, ON M3B 3H2
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 10:30am,
Saturday & Sunday: 7:00am - 10:30am;
Brunch: Sunday: 11:30am - 2:30pm; Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 2:30pmD
inner: Nightly: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
York Mills & Don Mills
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, Diners Club, Visa
(416) 444-2511 ext. 5273
Parking is partially covered by the restaurant when you come in to dine. Present your parking ticket to your server and $2 per ticket will be credited towards your check.
Don Mills Subway (Shepherd & Don Mills). Take bus South along Don Mills to York Mills. Hotel is on the corner. York Mills Subway (Yonge & York Mills). Take bus East along York Mills and bus stops directly in front of hotel.
Private Party Facilities:
We offer a Chef"s Table, located inside our Main Kitchen which accommodates 8 to 12 people comfortably. Relax & enjoy our Chef's inspired culinary delights. Embrace the opportunity to see your unique dishes come to life in front of your very eyes.
Private Party Contact:
Alyson Schmidt: (416) 444-2511 ext. 5242
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Chef's Table, Fireplace, High Tea, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Seasons - Westin Prince Toronto Ratings and Reviews
There many food fries all over the dessert area. Terrible! No ice cream is available for the kids. No refill for peking duck. Food varieties are limited. For the cost that we spent, it is not worth it. Our plates were not cleaned/collected soon enough when there was not crowded at all. Also, we needed to ask twice for hot tea before it came.
Unimpressed. We ordered crab cakes which were tasteless, as a joint starter. My "main" was a hummus based vegetarian which was frankly unpleasant. My date had the salmon entre which was fine. The place itself is very nice, but virtually empty. Pretty bad experience. Expensive especially in view of the quality. Paradoxically, the dishes looked very attractive upon presentation.
disappointed that there was no dress code restrictions. It was like eating in second rate restaurant because of the way patrons were dressed. The prices they charged does not suit the the quality of the poor restaurant's ambiance. Should make people dress more formally for this type of setting.
Normally, the service is very good and the noise level very acceptable. This time our empty dirty plates piled up behind us before any wait staff cleared them away and the noise level was at times intolerable because there was a screaming child at a table near us.
The wait staff were very kind and sympathetic, but short staffed. Sunday brunch, we had trouble getting milk for our coffee, water or tea. But when the food came, it was good. A bit pricy, but still very good. Comfortable seating, beautiful views.
I'd go back hoping staffing issue was a one time thing.
Our experience was spoiled at the end by the rude hostess. I told her that my daughter was 12 and she said "She doesn't look 12, but okay." The implication was that we were lying about her age. I offered to show her health card. I think it's better to ask for identification than to suggest that we are lying and then make it seem like they are doing us a favour. Very insulting.
The Valentine'sBrunch Buffet in the Seasons was Outstanding with something for everyone !Service is friendly and excellent. The view of the park is nice bur probably better in the spring and summer. Desserts by the window were Phenomenal . No indoor Pool was a slight bummer , but nearness to all shopping and museums was good. Reservations through Open Table was both easy and fast. Thankl You
We had never been to the Westin for brunch before so didn't know if it was just buffet or if there was also a la carte. We received tea and coffee promptly but the waitress was very uncommunicative and almost surly. There was the assumption that we had been there before and knew the deal. We finally had to stop the hostess and ask her if there were menus etc. She very nicely explained about the buffet. There were lots of choices but unfortunately most of the prepared foods, while good, were lukewarm at best. The made to order omelette was very nice. When we complained about the lack of service to the hostess she explained that our waitress was also responsible for making all the drinks and was therefore very busy. No one came to clear our plates, we finally just put them on a table beside us. It was very expensive at $270 for four people without alcohol, for just a buffet brunch. The room is lovely and the hostess was very nice and helpful. Overall it wasn't a bad experience. With a better waitress it would have been much better.
We have known the Prince Hotel from past eating experiences.. We like the brunch very much.. just found the roast beef rather dry.. but no complains about anything else.. WILL RETURN as soon as pension budget permits..
Question? DO YOU? have senior discounts?
I hosted three other people for the Christmas Day brunch at Seasons, one of them a 4-year-old, and I must say it was fabulous. The choice of foods, the available quantities and the quality----all were excellent. Whether one is a carnivore, a vegetarian, a seafood lover or anything else, there was plenty to satisfy the appetite. And the environment was elegant yet warm: just what was wanted on a Christmas afternoon. The servers were patient and friendly, happily answering any questions, and directing traffic when things got a bit crowded at the buffet tables. It will certainly be a consideration for me to return next Christmas! Kudos to all.
The website told you to pay then bring your ticket in to get reimbursed. This was not the case, all you had to do was write your license plate number on a sheet of paper. When approaching the staff with this information I was not treated the best and felt undermined.
At the end of the meal I approached the manager on duty and he apologized and covered our parking. Website still needs to be fixed. Manager and staff could have handled the situation better.
As we had been at Seasons for breakfast and had enjoyed the experience, we decided to go to dinner and we will definitely repeat the experience. The restaurant was quiet - probably because it was 5:30pm and a few days before Xmas, where traditionally hotels can be mostly unoccupied. It got busier as the evening progressed. Tomato soup (served every day) and Caesar salad were quite good, where there could have been more dressing on the Caesar salad, but that seems to be a trend everywhere now where people are veering away from dairy products. I'll remember to ask for more dressing on the side the next time. The butter chicken was a lovely surprise and I would order it again, as would my son who tasted it. The filet mignon was greatly enjoyed by my father, and nicely plated. The wheat pasta too was a hit. The only negative was the BLT sandwich where the chicken was very dry, and although it was not packaged chicken which can sometimes occur, the dry meat itself did not enhance the meal. Perhaps just a hiccup that one particular evening. We did not order dessert but there were some nice selections.
For as long as we can remember, the Prince Seasons has been our restaurant of choice, whether it's casual lunches or family and business dinners. And, last week's dinner proved once again that it will remain on our "go-to" list. When your guests continue to rave days after, we know we have given our guests something very special. With our Open Table reservation, the staff delivered second-to-none service; a seamless evening from start to finish. The chef served up a delicious menu that had everyone happy. All in a quiet, well lit corner of the dining room. In short, it remains the standard we judge all others by.
Very disappointing. Empty plates left on the buffet. Everything was cold, including the supposedly hot food. For the price, we would have expected a far superior meal. Even though it is a large dining room we were seated amongst an anniversary party which was uncomfortable for us and them. Most of the food tasted like it was made the day before! We won't be back.
We've only been there twice. The first time we liked it very much. The service, food and atmosphere were all quite satisfying. However, the 2nd time we went there we encountered a snag in the menu selection. My girlfriend is vegetarian and enjoys going out for halibut steak dinners. The first visit she said the halibut was excellent. Unfortunately the second time halibut had been removed from the menu. For that reason alone it is unlikely we will visit a third time unless halibut is returned to the menu. Otherwise an overall thoroughly enjoyable experience.
We were seated promptly BUT there appears to have been chaos since no waiter arrived within 20+ minutes to take an order or provide an explanation. Other guests were in similar situations. With no hope for service in sight, we left -- my first time in my 50 years of travel and dining in Toronto
Because it was Father's Day, and the restaurant was packed, they figured there was no need to put anything special or tasty on the buffet. Not even an egg station. "Not today," I was told when I asked about it. So the choices ranged from bland chicken to bland scrambled eggs to bland seafood to sorry-looking bakery items.
Also, presumably because in the past the cranky patrons have complained about the noise factor on such occasions, they made the executive decision this time to put all the guests with kids far, far away. Down a corridor and up a ramp far away, in fact. Imagine the logistics of trudging with kids (and babies in many cases) each time you wanted to get something else to eat. If you wanted to separate the kids tables from the non-kids ones, how about doing it the other way around? Seat the non-kid ones in the far away back?
The service ranged from unsmiling to grouchy. There seemed to be a shortage of coffee pots, because ours was removed from our table before everyone could get even a cup each. We were still on our desserts when the bill folder was firmly placed on our table by a grim-faced server who clearly demonstrated his disapproval of our table of four adults, one child, and a baby already having used up 55 minutes of the restaurant's precious time.
One of the worst dining experiences ever.
Ate here the night before my wedding as my parents and extended family were staying there.
Really relaxing and tasty! Highly recommend this setup if you're getting married at Donalda at Don Mills and York Mills. Even went by the next day as everyone was having breakfast in the morning!