Don't even try their buffet. We went yestarday, on a special Sunday occasion (Thanksgiving) and we tried their buffet. We were never positively impressed by their a la carte menu but we thought we should give the buffet a try. It's only about 12 dollars per person, and it's probably worth less than 3 dollars. In fact, why would anybody want food that was clearly close to being 'off'? The salads were watery and acid (tipical of when they are about to go off), with no dressing that we could distinguish. The lasagna was the same you can buy at a discount store, basic, filled with cheese only, with low-quality base pasta. The 'sausages' were the lowest grade possible, the potatoes were also clearly pre-bought and were very poorly cooked. The bacon was only fat, the perogi were revolting and so was some other meet-base dish which looked like a polpetta. It was disgusting. We are still struggling to digest it, 24 hours later. The servers were fine, the owner gave us a discount because we complained, so the human factor is there. But the food is atrocious. Only go there if you don't care at all what goes in your mouth. Sunshinecoast-Vancouver-Canada com
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