At $10 for a brunch buffet, I guess you should temper your expectations, but at a casino, inexpensive buffets are part of the deal, so decent food shouldn’t be too much to ask. Being a brunch buffet, obviously there was both breakfast foods and lunch items. As for the breakfast items, the scrambled eggs were an odd spongy texture, and appeared to have been cooked right in the steam tray pan. The waffles were dense and dry, as if they were a pre-made heat and serve product, and the pancakes were the colour of the batter, almost no browning whatsoever. The bacon was very undercooked, the fat still being white on some strips. However, the breakfast sausages were quite good, as were the tater-tot style hash browns.
The lunch foods were equally inconsistent. The turkey pasta was odd; rather than a cream sauce, it was served with a tomato sauce that tasted like jarred sauce from a grocery store, and the turkey was conspicuous by its absence. They had breaded haddock fillets that had obviously been cooked a long time before being served, and were hard and dry. There was ham slices in an orange mustard sauce then was fairly good, as well as some okay baked chicken pieces.
Even at $10, this isn’t good value.
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