Food here is alright, nothing that stands out or would make me put this on a return-to list. But what was really surprising was how they handled a reasonable customer request that any other restaurant would have taken care of without question just to make a customer happy. There were six of us there for a lunch. One ordered from the buffet which included unlimited mimosas. She did not have a mimosa or other drink with her buffet. When the bill arrived and there was a mimosa charge for $15 for two mimosa that another in party had. So, we asked the server if she could just take those mimosa charges off the bill since the buffet person didn't have a beverage. No, she could not; so we asked to speak to the manager - he was talking with another party (obviously people he knew socially, and took an inordinate amount of time coming over to us after he'd been told we wanted to speak with him - this behavior just baffles me). He also said no and "no sharing of buffet". We said that we got that, but thought it was still a reasonable request. He went into a whole explation of how expensive mimosas were which was incredibly condescending (not to mention ridiculous). He wouldn't even compromise on one mimosa. So, lesson is to have the buffet person order the mimosa and let someone else drink it. Such a silly situation - for $15 off a $160 bill --- suffice to say, that is 6 people who have spouses/partners and friends who won't be returning to this place with any of them.
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