I've not eaten at Killer Creek for a dinner or lunch, so I was surprised to see some negative comments about the food "going downhill" here. However, you would never know it if you came here for Sunday brunch. It's a bit heavy on the wallet ($30/person) but it is neverending, full of variety, great sweet breads, omelets made to order, prime rib, desserts, you name it. We celebrated my mother's 80th birthday here and found it to really fit the bill. Of course, service isn't really a focus when you are doing a brunch (self service eliminates that) but I can comment favorably on the ambience, the terrific coffee (and I am a "coffee snob"), limitless number of brunch choices and the collective opinion that this was a great experience. Perhaps, considering some of the less than favorable reviews of the dinner experience here, you should put Killer Creek on your "brunch list" and take fewer chances in the process. Our experience (8 of us including two pre-teens who delighted in making their own sundaes and sneaking in the next room to watch television in the bar!) was definitely a "10"!
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