Ok, let's set the scene. You're 7,200 feet up in the middle of the High Sierra and you're sitting down to dinner in the only dining room for 75 miles. It services the adjacent hotel which has a high capacity of guests. Dinner is served continually from 5pm to 10pm and if you haven't booked then you will not get a good time slot. Given the above, this review is as unbiased I it can be, but bear in mind that the operators are catering to a captive audience, who clearly have money to spend.
We ate here 3 times in two days. Once for dinner and twice for breakfast. At dinner we ordered the Pre-Set 3 course chicken dinner and after a good wait it arrived with a comment from the server to say that they had run out of some things and had substituted a couple of very overcooked and dry chicken breast slices. These came with baked potato (although we had ordered roasted potato) and some very undercooked broccoli - I like my vegetable to be Al Dente, but these were almost raw. The portions were very small. This was followed by a very 'unusual' preparation of apple cobbler as desert. The staff were friendly but the food was really not very good and certainly not worth the high price charged. Breakfast was good and on the first morning our server greeted us to say that they were to provide this meal free-of-charge as they recognised our dinner the night before was sub-standard. On both mornings the buffet breakfast did the job just fine. Indeed on day 2 the pancakes were outstanding.
Overall, for somewhere that has your attention whether you like it or not then we were nourished adequately and charged royally for the privilege.
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