I booked the restaurant on a Sunday night for a group for my 60th birthday because of a previous (long ago) buffet dining experience and a memory and expectation of fabulous food. Roasts of night (lamb, beef, pork) being cut by the chef on request - with wonderful roast veg and sauces available - believe me those days are gone...
I didnt starve as the cooked vegetables were OK as was the beef in gravy. The salad bar however was very cheap and sad and the other mains not much cop at all for $45 pp. They had a Indian 'cook' on the spot stand but no one was there to man it. I didnt touch the desserts and none of them looked appealing to me.
There certainly was no 'service' to speak off with no one at reception to greet any of my group or others as they arrived and no service at the table.
At the bar a bottle of not outstanding wine started at $53 - none however of these lower costing wines were available, moving to $58 - $60 plus With an orange juice and beer for $15. Although I expected them to cost more than a bar, for the wines available this really was outrageous.
Needless to wont be going again and definately would not recommend it.
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