This restaurant is by-far the nicest place to eat in Three Rivers. The food was adequate, but the quality was not what it should have been for the price. For example, the lettuce in the salad was iceberg lettuce. The rice-pilaf was from a mix, and I suspect the chicken was a frozen entree. The dinner rolls tasted like the variety you get in a plastic bag at the supermarket. It was adequate, but shouldn't have been priced at $23. For that I would expect a higher quality meal. For comparison, the meal at the Peaks Restaurant at the Wuksachi Lodge in Sequoia Park was about the same price, but had much higher quality ingredients.So the high price here can't be entirely attributed to the remote location.
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