|Type of food|
|1601 Research Park Drive (Shares its building with Chevron)|
|Tuesday - Sunday, 11:00AM-9:00PM|
|Cash, Credit, and Debit|
Four Seasons Gourmet, formerly known as Gold Town Chinese Restaurant, is a Chinese restaurant. They opened sometime in September 2013, replacing Gold Town.
As of September 2013 they are owned and operated by a new set of folks who don't appear to have any relationship with any of the previous owners, and no longer have Taiwanese specific menu offerings.
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2013-09-15 16:04:48 I'm just excited they have sour spicy cobbage. It sounds even more delicious than sour spicy cabbage! —JaneBF
2013-10-02 10:24:17 The mongolian chicken over rice is excellent. They also have dim sum offerings, but they take awhile to cook, so it's best to call ahead. —ChrisLambertus
2013-11-24 14:00:07 I hit it up today. The place is kinda endearing with the typo's. One on the sign that notify the problem to the chevron people if the bathroom needs work, and the other was Monday-Fried. Tee-hee.
That being said the food was pretty damn good. I perceived a massive portion of the general chicken. It was also all nice with it's sticky candied goodness. BBQ pork fried rice was decent. I will report back when I try the walnut shrimp —StevenDaubert
reporting back on the walnut shrimp. The shrimp themselves were good, they split nicely and the sauce was slathered, could have been slightly more copious but it was good. The whole meal would have been great if it wasn't for the dealbreaker: 5 pieces of glazed walnuts total. 3 of those 5 pieces weren't even full halves. How am I supposed to get some walnut on all 13 of the shrimp with only 5 partial pieces... What was even more irksome was the fact that the candied walnuts were fantastic and I really really desired more. ~SD Post Script: There is a CC minimum of $10. This is slight miffing but I was intending on tipping a dollar anyways so it evened out on the $9 meal
2014-09-24 14:04:24 one of the hidden gems of davis chinese food. Definitely worth a try. —RyanMeyerhoff
2014-09-25 17:08:53 the chicken fried rice is also good. Huge ol' chunks of chicken. Tried the walnut shrimp for a third time & basically was a repeat of walnut shrimp 2nd attempt ¬_¬
that being said 'Maggie' is very nice every time I see her, I really enjoy this place & highly recommend the general chicken —StevenDaubert
2016-07-05 21:25:56 Very late review, but the food here is pretty good authentic Chinese food here. Owner / Employees speak both Mandarin and Cantonese. Sometimes they are very nice and give out free complimentary drinks. —ClarenceL