We went there this year for the Thanksgiving buffet. Clearly not an optimum day to rate a restaurant. We always wonder who got stuck working in the kitchen that day.
That being said, we had a very nice meal. There was a very extensive buffet, taking up essentially one wall of three rooms. Carving stations with turkey, ham, and roast beef, a selection of salads, many sides, a few appetizers (the sushi was more than forgettable), and a number of deserts. The food was all well prepared, though the portions that were carved out at the carving station were more than stingy. But you could go back.
The restaurant is very pretty. I imagine that it would be a nice place for date night, with their regular menu.
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