At the risk of sounding like I own stock in Seasons 52, I'll convey my exuberant rave about the place. The decor is upscale and neat. Service is attentive and accommodating without being overdone. Prices are good (neither cheap or extravagant), and the food is well prepared and so tasty without excessive calories or carbs. I've had lunch there twice: beautifully presented blackened scallops once and cedar plank roasted salmon the second time. Accompanying vegetables were grilled/roasted and cooked to that fine edge between crisp and well done. How can such a high volume restaurant cook vegetables so precisely? The wide variety of mini desserts (served in the equivalent of a cordial glass) are to die for! Seasons 52 becomes incredibly crowded at peak times, so if mind-spinning commotion isn't your thing, go before or after peak hours. I typically avoid the bustle of King of Prussia but have changed my habits since experiencing this restaurant. It's worth it!