Four Seasons Chinese Cuisine

4/F SM Aura Premier, McKinley Parkway cor. 26th St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Four Seasons Chinese Cuisine
3.3
3.5 Stars

24 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 2
  • 4 stars 8
  • 3 stars 9
  • 2 stars 5
  • 1 star 0
  • 26 Reviews
  • 19 Recommend
  • 24 Reviewers
Category:
Chinese
Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 10:00p

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Parking:
Valet, Garage
Reservations:
Yes
Kids Menu:
No
Delivery:
No
Take Out:
Yes
Outdoor Seating:
No
Ambience:
Casual
Menus:
Lunch, Dinner
Alcohol:
None
Waiter Service:
No
Attire:
Casual

Most Recent Reviews

Inna A.
2.0 Stars

Not good. Should have stuck to my usual Braised Beef.

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Salie D.
5.0 Stars
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Oh yes, 5 |stars for this Beef Shabu Shabu alone! It comes in Pork and Vegan too. Served hot and delicious! They'll prepare it inside, and boil it on this Induction cooker in front of you while paying. I guess I'll go with this kind of soup at P170 only more than the P300+ soup ng Pho! There are really times that I crave for hot soup eh...isa pa yan sa hilig ko...Noodle soup (Bihon, Sotanghon or any thin Chinese Noodles!) kahit mainit ang panahon! This is good for two pax na din ha. 128077

It comes with a cup of rice. Ulam na! There is thin Beef layers, Cabbage, Sotanghon Noodles which I love, then there's Squid ball, & Carrots too! Oh,I wouldn't forget how great the soup taste was. It's garlicky but we liked it, and the broth was beefy and rich, you'll forget the strong garlic flavor! 128523128523128523

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Yshkael C.
3.0 Stars

New item on the menu-- Baked Rice.

They had lots to choose from!

I had a hard time deciding to be honest but I went for one of the bes seller-- chengdu chicken and mushroom baked rice.

My order came pretty quick. First thing I noticed, it looked kinda far from the picture. Second, proportion of rice to ulam128513128513128513. There was surely more rice than ulam.

Okay taste time! Actually it wasn't that bad and wasn't that wow as well. I think that if they had more ulam as compared to the rice it would be better and they should use a plumpier rice? If you know what I mean since the rice was thin and kinda dry to the taste. Using maybe japanese rice would be better. I love the cheesiness of this dish! Not nakakaumay to the last bite.

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Jen L.
2.0 Stars

disappointing noodle... may weird amoy, mukang kulang yung banlaw sa cold running water...

siopao is malamig...

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Reich T.
2.0 Stars

Seafood Sensation. This is one of the new items on Four Seasons menu. At first, i was thinking, what in the blue hell? Baked Rice from a Chinese joint. Have they lost their mind or something. I need facts to prove my hypothesis, whether they have in fact lost their mind. Then off i go to the counter to buy some.

Flavored rice, squid, shrimp and crabsticks, topped with cheese - that's seafood sensation. The taste, uhmm not good, no distinct flavor of the seafood, cheesy - understatement of course. The rice tasted a lil weird, i dunno, but t think they used left overs for this batch.

After the tests conducted, i have a conclusion, Four Seasons lost their minds. The baked rice is a fail. They should stick with Chinese.

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Justin J.
4.0 Stars

Tried the baked rice from Four Seasons after seeing ads of it pop up in facebook so often. For less than P150, they were actually good.

Tastewise there's nothing that special, but it's definitely filling. The bowl was big (watch for scale) and deep.

They have four different flavors. I had the oriental beef. It was just some ground beef meatballs topped with lots of cheese.

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Minami A.
5.0 Stars

Omg! So in love with the cheese toppings. 128525 Specially the seafood. I can eat this everday (just be very cautious coz it's too hot it can burn your taste buds 128539)
Gahd! *drools

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Arrah D.
3.0 Stars

They said one of their best sellers is Spareribs but I didn't really expect it to be like in the picture. So pale-colored. I always wanted my Spareribs to be crispy and dark but I guess this is just how they cook theirs. Overall, the meal was okay, but price is too expensive for this type.

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Elmer R.
4.0 Stars

Safe to order for lechon belly when undecided on what is good to eat. 128522128077

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April H.
3.0 Stars

Half gone...

That's the state of my braised beef set meal when I finally remembered to take a picture!128513 it's 2:30pm and I'm famished! Their set meals come with soup and soda already... For an additional P10, you can turn your rice into Yangchow fried rice... Serving was a bit on the lightweight side and the taste was okay... Not too bad for P230...128522

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Madeleine A.
4.0 Stars

It was another one of my "bazaar life dinners", and this was last November 29. We closed our booth early because of the /rather/ unsuccessful bazaar at Samsung Hall.

Quite disappointed and very hungry, I chose to order from here because it was the only kiosk without a line. I didn't know if that was telling of something, but I just wanted to eat already. I ordered their Soy Sauce Chicken Leg w Yang Chow Fried Rice (Php 180 for the set meal, additional Php 10 for the fried rice upgrade).

The set meal comes with a bowl of soup, and a small cup of soda. I think the soup was crab and corn. It was quite ordinary, and it reminded me of the kind my maid buys at the grocery and cooks at home. I did like the meal though. The soy chicken was very good, and their yang chow fried rice is definitely one of the best ones I've had! The bok choy was fresh, with crisp stems -- just the way I like them! The serving was generous, too. It was a good deal, and I would come back for it!

By the way, if you happen to be by Rockwell today, you might want to try passing by the Silver Bells bazaar (Php 50 entrance, if you have ZAP it's free!) at Rockwell Tent. My friends and I have a booth set up for our business, Twine, and we're selling bags made of local raffia fiber! You may also check us out on Facebook: facebook.com/Twine.PH or Instagram @twine.ph for more info! 9786

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Allan D.
2.0 Stars

Ordered their asado mami.,,

It was full of roasted garlic that the whole experience was forgettable.

No wonder alang bumibili masyado .

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Cette D.
3.0 Stars

After a long day, from looking for stuff for mom's office to attending mass. Finally, we got to eat dinner. 128514

We were thinking of food to eat at food on four here in Aura. I suggested to order at Four Seasons. I wanted the thin noodles because it's so attractive in the screen. Haha! And what I've been craving for since last week, hakao. 128522 It was oh-kay! Not a fan of Chinese food. I just insisted to eat noodles for today. Hakao was a bit oily, wrapper is too thick for me.

Mom had the Asado set. Chao fan rice with asado meat and soup and drink. It was not my type. It was the last meal served and it was not served hot. So bad. The other meal, was dad's. I haven't tasted it but with it looks, not that appetizing.

It's for you to judge. Maybe we have different palette. 128513

128078 Value for money
128078 Taste
128076 Service
128077 Quantity

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Gracie T.
3.0 Stars

Dont think Ill be going back here anytime soon.
Was already expecting it to be not so great but tried it anyway.

Broccolli was crunchy and fresh but I got a bit overwhelmed with the sauce, maybe too much oil.

Sweet & Sour Pork did not taste like pork at all!

Siomai was the only one I really enjoyed that time. If I ever do return, Id probably atick to the dimsum.

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Christina R.
4.0 Stars

My aunt ordered this crunchy noodles with beef and another order of broccoli. Liked them both!

Not a fan of pansit really, but crunchy noodles I like. This is a big serving with a generous serving of beef over the noodles, which we were all able to share. The broccoli was also fresh and crunchy.

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Abbey A.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Joy Vee A.
3.0 Stars

Ordered Wanton Noodles P140 (good for 2, tasty wanton, noodles needs little seasoning, broth just ok). Iced Tea P40.

Nothing Special. Pero nakakabusog.

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Suzette C.
2.0 Stars

I was suppose to order the broccoli only but then i saw that they have this quail egg siomai. Interesting! Before anything else, i wanna tell you that I am addicted to siomai! But since it has shrimp inside, i can only eat ones that my dad makes at home. Anyway, I've been looking for good siomai without shrimps and so i got excited if this one can pass the test! I confirmed it to the woman 3x that "walang shrimp yan ha, pork at quail egg lang" and three of the servers said yes to me three times!

I got to my table and took the first bite and boom, shrimp Pieces everywhere. UGHHHJH i ended up giving it to my friend-____-

What i forgot to do is complain. They might change it pala, i was too frustrated, that i forgot to do so!!!:(

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Peanut D.
4.0 Stars

Steamed Broccoli and Steamed Chicken + bottled water for Php 325!

That's just a tuna sandwich at Detoxify Bar lol.

Loved the broccoli - green, fresh and crunchy! The chicken, not so much. Very fatty. Not even sure if this is healthy but better than fried stuff I guess. 128533

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Marti M.
3.0 Stars

Our first time at SM Aura. For starters, SM Aura is not your typical place for experimenting with food shops and restos. Well, if you do have some bucks (a few thousand perhaps), then by all means - indulge!

Four Seasons is located at the fourth level "fast food" area of SM Aura. I think there were 8 outlets serving lunch/dinner meals and around four serving snacks. Of the 8 food outlets, there were 5 unfamiliar names, Four a Seasons being one of them.

Four seasons, a typical modern Chinese outlet, serves familiar dishes. Me and my wife chose rice toppings as we were quite starving for a rice meal. I ordered the minced beef (P140) while my wife ordered the fried fish fillet (P140 also).

The rice was good - much like those used in Japanese restos. Filling indeed. The toppings, well, nothing special about them. For one, the toppings lacked flavor. I would rate their rice toppings at the lowest among Chinese restos like David's Tea House, North Park, and Chowking.. Yes, for the taste and value, we'd rather be at Chowking. Oh yes, we remembered - we're at Aura - this is no place for being value-conscious.

Then we had to order drinks. Yes, we had to because there was no service water available. A 16ounce soft drink costs P40 so we had no choice but to get drinks. We remembered - we're at Aura. And then we saw the fast food crew in barong-like long sleeved outfits.

After finishing up our food and tinkering around with the dishes and utensils - we found the utensils a little heavy and nice to the hand. Our curious eyes spotted the WMF brand on the utensils and looked at each other. This is Aura.

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