I like to have breakfast at the grand lodges in the National Parks I visit. This usually results in a good to great meal in a fantastic setting. Unfortunately that was not the case at Bryce Canyon Lodge. The restaurant, like the lodge, is modest with no real views. I was seated promptly, asked if I wanted coffee and then ignored for 15 minutes. While I was considering ordering from the menu, I eventually gave up and went to the buffet. Poor choice, The eggs had been out way too long, the bacon's appearance was so unappetizing I passed. Settling for biscuits and gravy and a bowl of fruit. I eventually snagged the greeter as she passed by and got an orange juice. The gum chewing waitress showed up when I was about half finished with breakfast.
While your choices in Bryce are quite limited, a microwave choice from the general store would beat this on price, quality, and service.
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