This restaurant closed in the late summer of 2009. Hence the brief notes below are of historical interest only.
The main restaurant of the Four Seasons Hotel. Oddly this is rated the highest in Zagat when I visited and was voted best restaurant in Boston, the evidence for which was lacking on this visit. It is all very pleasant, with a grand hotel dining room with plenty of space and competent service. To start with pan-fried scallops were fresh and well timed (13/20). For the main course a risotto was of merely adequate texture, the stock used lacking any real conviction (12/20). A chocolate ice cream was made from good dark chocolate but has a slightly grainy texture (11/20). Overall 12/20 only. To be fair, the lunch menu was quite reasonably priced.