It was very pricey, nearly $20/person. The salad bar was pretty small and located in a pass-thru to the kitchen. The soup was Italian Wedding Soup -- not anything seafood, and was in a crockpot which I thought was odd for a restaurant.
The seafood buffet was pretty minimal -- the peel & eat shrimp was overcooked and rubbery. There were two types of fish, a poor quality salmon disguised with coconut and a blackened catfish which was actually pretty good when I happened to snag some that just had been brought out. The raw oysters I wouldn't even attempt! There was also a potato casserole that had a curdled sauce and a frozen veggie medley. The thing I hate about SOME buffets is that none of the serving dishes will be replenished until nearly everything has been taken, and this was THAT kind of buffet. So what I ate was mostly old, dried out, and cold.
I knew from the website that a glass of wine was included but I had to specifically ask for it. I also had to ask twice for butter for my roll. All in all, it wasn't worth the time or money.
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