Seasons Restaurant is worth seeking out

Here’s one San Bernardino eatery you probably never heard of: Seasons Restaurant.

It’s run by the International Culinary School at the Art Institute of California, Inland Empire, and it’s definitely worth a visit.

The hours are limited. They’re open for lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday through Wednesday and for dinner from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Friday.

A couple of weeks back I had lunch there courtesy of KVCR-TV’s Out to Eat host Cliff Young.

Cliff invited a select group of other Inland Empire foodies to sample Seasons’ cuisine.

I must say I was impressed with both the food and the service provided by the students and faculty.

I ordered the gnocchi with sausage, which was made with a hearty tomato cream sauce. It was delicious!

Everyone else at the table seemed to be very happy with their meals as well.

Other lunch items include burgers, pizza, soups and salads.

They also serve decadent desserts. I had the white chocolate pistachio ice cream, which was accompanied by a Baileys-coffee crème anglaise and a pistachio phyllo crisp.

Yes. It was as good as it sounds.

But you don’t have to be a foodie to have a great meal at Seasons Restaurant.

It’s open to everyone.

Seasons Restaurant is at 630 E. Brier Drive.

Prices are reasonable, with lunch entrées at $9 or less and dinner entrées topping out at $11.

Click here to view their winter quarter lunch menu. Their winter quarter dinner menu can be found here.

For reservations, call 909-915-2170.

The restaurant will close after March 25 and will re-open on April 4 with its spring menu.