We ate here last summer and enjoyed the seafood dishes so we had to try it again for Easter Brunch as we are staying at the Wyndham down the street. I loved the salmon with the lemon butter sauce, Shrimp Scampi, and the sliced lamb. I normally don't eat lamb but this was perfectly done, melt-in-your-mouth type of delicious. My husband and son went back for thirds on the Prime Rib. They assured me it was excellent. I enjoyed a Greek pasta salad with feta cheese and spinach. It was a great value for $25 on a holiday and $12 for my son. I'm told the Sunday brunch is not this elaborate but a pretty good spread for $16.95. The White Sangria complemented everything perfectly. The only thing lacking was one or two more seafood dishes on the buffet.
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