Great food. Best value at the hotel. They even had a kids menu with several courses on it. Nothing fancy...just foods kids would like with a light gourmet twist. My picky 3 year old who almost NEVER eats anything when we're out LOVED the moist, light fried chicken strips and fries. The banana split dessert it came with was delicious (chose a mac and cheese side that was huge). The homemade vanilla ice cream it came with was out of this world and the portions were nearly adult sized. We went back the next day for brunch. We left belly-busting full both times and our servers were all wonderful. Two times we had two nice waitresses (pony-tailed blonde young ladies - unfortunately I am horrible with names) who were very accomodating and sweet - as was the support staff. My salmon dish was one of the best. Freshest fish ever with a blackened crust of breadcrumbs that was crispy and amazingly did not taste burnt at all. All on a bed of tender baby vegetables in a light black bean broth (latin black bean style - not asian black bean). My husband had their fish and chips. He can't really stand seafood except for very fresh shrimp or tuna. Decided to give it a shot but that means the fish has to be incredibly fresh as to not impart ANY fishy flavors. I know...weird, but he still wanted it. It was perfect. Portion was a little light on his dish. Three finger sized portions of battered fish with a small cup of fries. BUT, he agreed it was one of the best he'd had. My salmon cut was thick and satisfying. I am not into girly portions so was quite happy. For dessert we had a GIGANTIC napoleon in creme anglaise (vanilla bean creme sauce) and a creme brulee slice with fresh berries on top. Mango or passion fruit and berry sauce spoonfuls were spread around it. To be truthful, desserts were probably good, but we were SO SO full we barely go through half the napoleon and took the brulee back to our room but without a fridge, we had to throw it out the next morning. One dessert could probably be shared by 2-3 people. For all four of us with tax and tip came out to about $100. We returned the next morning for brunch. Adults had omelets with choice of 3 fillings. Kids had the same meal as the night before. The kids meals were $9 and our omelets were $10. Coffee $3 with refills - very good by the way. We left grotequely stuffed again. The omelet was bursting with my choice of veggie, meat, and cheese. Best part of my trip besides spending quality time with family.
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