We ate here twice in one day since the other casino restaurants were so busy. Food was ok, the first visit we had ordered the ruben and a roast beef sandwich. The ruben was better than the roast beef, the bread on the roast beast was dry although they proclaim to bake their own bread. I thought the bread on the ruben was actually good. The first waiter we had never checked back with us although the restaurant was pretty empty as it was after the lunch rush. He walked by us probably five or six times, never asking if the food was alright or bring us more tea. I commented to my husband at the time, that this was why wait staff get smaller tips. He did finally come by when we were finished and asked if all was ok. Too little, too late. The second time, it was busier and waitress was better but the food came out really slow. I ordered the brisket sandwich and it was so extraordinarily greasy I couldn't eat it, ended up just picking it apart to avoid the grease soaked bread and fatty meat. I wouldn't dare send it back as it took so long to arrive in the first place. I think that the restaurant could use a lot of service training and some food tweaking.
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