All Season Restaurant / San Francisco

5238 Diamond Heights Blvd San Francisco 94131
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 10:00 - 21:30
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 10:30 - 14:30
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 17:00 - 21:30
average 1990 votes
Tips from the Net @ All Season Restaurant
hannah tsou en
Food flavor is ok, it does have some unique dim sum. Restaurant itself is old and uncomfortable, and over priced. Customer service is horrendous! But I guess can't expect service from a Chinese restaurant. GooglePlace - June 2017
Karen G Lawrence en
Food was decent . However it was the most OVERPRICED Chinese food I ever ordered in my entire Life. The customer service was Awful. I was treated like I wasn't even there. When asking questions the Attendee was rude, curt and short. He did not try to pretend or hide that he didn't want to be bothered with me. .For some reason I continued to reach deep down inside of myself and stay polite. Mostly because , I was in a hurry and didn't want that SofB to spit in my food. I am very serious.This incident happened Thursday April 27th 2017. I went back on Sunday April 30th, to pick up a take out a menu. I wanted to compare the prices I was charged, compared to the menu. Upon my arrival, the same gentleman was there, others were walking around. Can you believe it. Not one person greeted me nor came to the Counter .I picked up the menu and left. I knew at that moment. ..That was the last time they would ever see my Blackgazz I paid $37 for 2 items 1) shrimp fried rice alacart 2)sea food combination with pan-fried noodles. I had to beg for two pkgs of soy sauce. They didn't even include fortune cookies. GooglePlace - May 2017
Hideo Nakamura en
Some Chinese restaurant tend to disguise their ordinary skill of seasoning by adding too much star anise, but here, you can enjoy both modest seasoning and original flavor of food. GooglePlace - April 2017
Stephen Jacquett en
May be ALL Season but certainly not ALL races. Went there with my white wife and her white friend (Im black). We had reservations for 5 pm and our order was not taken for 45 minutes. They advertise they make vegetarian egg rolls and potstickers, but we were told no. The waiter was extremely rude and walked away in the middle of taking our order. Manager came over and told us they were out of potstickers. Really? At 5:45 pm on New Years? We sat patiently while we watched Chinese families that came AFTER us be served 5 courses already and, can you believe it? Potstickers!!! I guess they were being saved for Chinese families. We finally gave up and left at 6:15 without a bite being served. Horrible staff, horrible racism, but can't speak of how the food is cause, oh yeah, they never served us!! GooglePlace - January 2017
Darick Tong en
Frequented by many Cantonese speaking clientele, this is the most authentic Dim Sum restaurant you'll find in the vicinity. The food ranges from decent to pretty good, on par or better than places in Chinatown and the Richmond, but not as good as Koi Palace (although you won't have to wait as long to get a table). The service is a step above what you typically expect at a Dim Sum restaurant, with the food cart folks relaxed and friendly. All around an enjoyable experience. GooglePlace - August 2016