I was looking forward to the all-you-can-eat brunch, but at the end of our hike to The Hoodoos we were running out of time to get back before they closed. Fortunately, we found the bus stop and the bus dropped us off 5 minutes before our reservation. Unfortunately, we were a bit sweaty and underdressed, but no one seemed to mind too much!
We got a lovely table overlooking the back lawn and a wedding ceremony on a lovely, albeit windy, afternoon. Our waiter was very accommodating and repeatedly assured us that we could stay and chat as long as we wanted. I would have liked to have seen my orange juice refilled a bit quicker, but the pot of tea was wonderful.
There were many, many food stations; to the point that I knew I hadn't worked hard enough to do everything justice. My omelette were wonderful, and the meats were high quality although a bit overcooked in a few cases. They had medium-sized shrimp, several hot soups, salads, breads, etc.; everything you'd expect but I thought that the dessert menu lacked any to-die-for items, focusing mostly on those small "tasters". Of course, that didn't stop me from sampling several of them, but few were good enough to actually finish.