Driving up to The Four Seasons hotel always feels very ominous. Kind of isolated on its own little island. Yes, an island within an island. The building itself is huge, and eerily quiet. Once inside, the atmosphere feels very much the same, but what always puts us at ease are the staff. Every single one of them, from the valet staff to the restaurant hosts, are all so friendly and happy to help. Good thing too, considering everything is difficult to find.
First items ordered – two negronis. We’ve indulged in cocktails at the CUT Bar before where the bartenders there really know how to mix their drinks – these negronis were no exception.
The menu at Vento is split between appetisers, antipasto platters, pasta, pizza, main courses and desserts. While not overwhelmingly extensive, it still took a while to figure out what to order. Continue reading