Add:739 Dingxi Rd
A sign reading “I am a door, push me” hangs on the door of 1st Season’s. It’s a little bit difficult to find this restaurant, but once you do you will likely not
be disappointed. The restaurant features a European bar, a modern dining room and a garden surrounded by retro buildings. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir wines find favor with women while male customers often choose Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Blue lighting, neat wooden tables and hand-drawn murals create a nice feeling in the dining room while films appear on a wall. On a casual afternoon, customers may see “Ted” while at other times “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” is the film of choice.
The open kitchen dishes out a variety of cuisine, including Spanish ham and Australian beef, and curry beef brisket with coconut rice. The open-air garden features a Brazilian parrot named Carson, the undeniable star of the al fresco area. Carson is stationed near a French window and will mutter the occasional “hello” at guests.