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(Closed) Seasons Bistro

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#01-11/12, TripleOne Somerset, 111 Somerset Road, 238164
American, Western
+65 68365841

Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 00:00

Fri: 11:00 - 02:00

Sat: 10:00 - 02:00

Sun: 10:00 - 00:00

$34 based on 21 submissions
After Work (7 votes), Chillout (6 votes), Business Dining (5 votes) ...

Located within the heart of Orchard at Triple One Somerset, Seasons Bistro believes that seasonal food not only tastes better but also offers better value for diners. The seasonally-changing menus draw inspiration from a myriad of cuisines in the Americas and are complemented by creative cocktails, craft beers and boutique wines. Helming the kitchen of Seasons Bistro is Executive Chef Benjamin Fong who has been mentored in Toronto, Canada, by award-winning chefs like Samuel Glass and Keith Kowalski. Participating in the inaugural Sustainable Seafood Festival 2014, Seasons Bistro will be highlighting a special menu featuring sustainable creations to express the importance of sustainability and conservation to diners.

What others are eating here

Pecan Pie with Ice Cream
Pecan Pie with Ice Cream
Chicken Caesar Salad
Chicken Caesar Salad
Pork Tenderloin
Pork Tenderloin
Carrot Cake
Carrot Cake
  • Foie Gras with Toast 4 votes
  • Summer Sausage Pasta 3 votes
  • bacon and mushroom carbonara 3 votes
  • Seared Albacore Tuna 2 votes
  • Wellington Beef 2 votes
  • chicken wings, gumbo 2 votes
  • Baja Cobb's Salad 1 vote
  • Carrot Cake 1 vote
  • Clam Chowder Soup 1 vote
  • Cobb Salad 1 vote
  • Dead Man Ale 1 vote
  • Ginger Beer 1 vote
  • Meatloaf 1 vote
  • croque madam 1 vote

Latest Review for Seasons Bistro

Overall RatingBased on 20 reviews
Most helpful review:

Value for money set lunches in the heart of Orchard

Food/Drink 4 | Value 4 | Ambience 3 | Service 2
Total Reviews: 253

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Seasons Bistro located at Triple One has given residents a new neighbourhood place where they can have a really simple meal, or, when they feel like it, something more extravagant.


The menu is sprinkled with strange and contemporary choices geared for the curious diner. Lunch time sees a value-for-money set menu priced at the affable $12.99 for a choice of soup, main and coffee/soft drink (add $5 for a choice of desserts), a penny pinchers dream come true. With dark wood finishes and sleek varnished counter tops, bringing a company function to its midst now seems like a viable and slightly classier option. 

I went ahead with the set lunch. Opting for the soup of the day for starters. The potato and leek soup probably doesn't sound like a bell ringer, however its deliverance was stellar. Clean flavors without the distracting chunks of potatoes nor irrelevant carrots, as most cafe renditions are, you would expect to taste a tinge of raw starch from the mindless cooking; that wasn't the case at Seasons Bistro.  A technically sound bowl of soup that saw my spoon clanging the bottom of the dish eagerly.

My main came in the form of a Cobb Salad; an uncomplicated marriage that is signified on the menu by sans-serif lists of ingredients, with no capital letters, verbs, articles or hint of how one relates to the next; yet miraculously it does... and all to well. The main-dish classic American salad isn't as straightforward as it seems. It has some rock and roll in its trousers. Cajun spiced chicken grilled till spot on, boiled eggs with a slightly soft center, crisp bacon bits, black olives, corn, watercress and tomatoes strewn the plate. While the salty blue cheese marries mixed greens and creamy avocado, the result conceived is a perfect combination that presents different flavor dimensions and textures with each bite. My only gripe would have to be the beans which I have uncanny biasness towards.

Not everything is fine and dandy; the service needs improvement and the sprawling space doesn't ultimately work in its favour during a busy lunch service as our plea for desserts to be brought out was lost in translation. 



Mishap aside, Seasons Bistro does have the capacity to titillate its guests, by not dishing out over complicated cuisine but tastes good enough to leave you rubbing your belly at the end of the meal. I pray that with the constant reminder of the establishment's name overhed, the chef never loses sight of the bistro's identity. 

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pre-Christmas dinner with gf

Food/Drink 3 | Value 2 | Ambience 4 | Service 2
Total Review: 1

Went dinner with girl friend at seasons after seeing good comments on this restaurant. To my disappointment, truffle fries were soft, grilled salmon was "burnt" with salmon skin black and bitter taste. Thank goodness our last main which is the pasta still consider pretty ok. Will be our first and last visit to this restaurant....

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The management of Seasons Bistro responded to this review:
09 Jan 2015
Dear Marie Ong, We are sad to read you had a bad experience at our restaurant. Do not hesitate to contact me personally and I'll do my best to make it up to you. Best regards, Thomas

The mother of all MEATLOAFS !

Food/Drink 5 | Value 4 | Ambience 4 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 3

Being a North American moving to Asia, you tend to miss loads of home / comfort cooked meals. I've been back to Seasons since my last review for brunches, lunches and more dinners, this place has really impressed me loads. Great food and service !
 Now being in their Autumn menu, they've introduced a meatloaf. Not something you see everyday on a main menu of any restaurant here in the US let alone ASIA !
 Seriously, it's not something very tricky to make. If my mother can make it, i'm sure any professional chef would be able to make it better, and they DID !! A nice slab of pork and sausage, homemade gravy, maple bacon & mash ! Did i mention maple bacon ?!
 I would once again recommend this place to new diners and for people who wants to understand American cooking at it's best !

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