Quattro Restaurant at Four Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley at East Palo Alto is set to continue in the success of the Ultimate Valentine’s Experience after successfully launching last year.

Quattro’s contemporary setting is enhanced by natural stone and wood elements evoking the environment of the peninsula. The restaurant’s atmosphere is one of conviviality and community, supported by the personalized hospitality of our service team and the best in Italian inspired cuisine. On the outdoor terrace, guests can dine amid the natural beauty of the Palo Alto surroundings, complemented by the relaxing sound of the water wall.


Quattro Restaurant offers a sophisticated yet playful fine dining experience. The spirit of innovation is enlivened as Executive Chef Marco Fossati transforms old recipes from Italian tradition into modern culinary masterpieces, offering a dynamic relationship between food and place, and highlighting locally farmed ingredients at the height of their season.

Quattro’s extensive wine list of more than 300 bottles features wines from around the globe with a Californian and Italian focus. In addition to more than 30 wines available by the glass, Quattro offers an opportunity for guests to choose a selection of wines available in 2, 4, or 6 ounce glasses poured from an enomatic preservation system. The bar menu features hand-crafted cocktails and barrel aged creations with a farm-to-bar focus, using local produce and craft distilled spirits whenever possible

“We’re pulling out all the stops to create an even better Valentine’s Experience than last year,” explains newly appointed Assistant Food and Beverage Director Richard Lanaud. “By featuring only the finest Bay Area provisions and importing the most exquisite delicacies, this year’s menu along with elevated ambiance promises to be a show stopper like none other!”

Scheduled for Sunday, February 14, 2016, Quattro’s Ultimate Valentine’s Experience will be sure to impress as guests enjoy a luxurious six-course tasting menu carefully curated by Executive Chef Marco Fossati. In addition to keeping the guest count to 50, this year Quattro will be offering a glass of Krug Grande Cuvée Champagne to kick off the evening, a more decedent menu, enhanced ambiance, and entertainment by renowned pianist Natalya Lundtvedt.

For starters, the Chef will be featuring the finest local oysters and Russian caviar. Next, guests will indulge with decadent courses highlighting uni from Santa Barbara, black Périgord truffle from France and Grade A foie gras, followed by the highest grade Mishima wagyu as the climax of the evening. Leading to the last course will be a Kir Royale made from cassis sorbet and Champagne foam concluding with The Billionaire Bar – the perfect marriage of salted caramel, roasted hazelnut and golden apricots. To prolong the romance, guests will be able to take home house-made artisan chocolates made by Executive Pastry Chef Eric Keppler.

Quattro’s Ultimate Valentine’s Experience is USD 388 per person excluding tax and gratuity, which includes six courses and a glass of Krug Grand Cuvée Champagne starting at 5:30 pm. To extend the romantic holiday weekend, the Hotel is offering the special rate of USD 388 for a suite in combination with dinner for two.

In addition, Quattro Restaurant will also be featuring a special three-course dinner on Saturday, February 13 from 5:30 to 10:00 pm for USD 150 per person excluding tax and gratuity.

As both events are extremely limited, reservations are required and can be made by calling 650 566 1200.