I visited the Doctor’s house after church for Easter brunch. I decided to treat my whole family because I heard this is the place to have brunch and the atmosphere is beautiful. Our reservations were for 3pm. The young man from Italy who greeted us at the door was very friendly and polite. The service was nice. However, what really upset me and my family is that for the amount of money that I paid, I expected that there wouldn’t be an issue with the restaurant running out of food. If I am paying over 50 dollars per person there shouldn’t be a shortage of lamb (especially on Easter!!). The quality of what is being served should match the cost! I felt cheated and I don’t know what I paid for. I felt like I had a vegetarian brunch that included a lot of beans and eggs. I expected more from the doctor’s house and especially since I paid more than what it was worth. I should have gone downtown or Mandarin, and paid half the price and enjoyed a better buffet. The brunch was worth less than half of what I paid for. I will not recommend this restaurant for brunch, unless you want to pay high end dollars for eggs and beans. I realized that the quality of this restaurant has gone down from what it used to be. Seems like the owners are more interested in quantity vs quality because from what I know, this restaurant was much better in the past when it was run by its previous owners. Yours sincerely, a disappointed customer.
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