This buffet really sets the standard for horrible buffet food. It is hard for me to understand how anyone in a chefs uniform would assume so much fried food would be presentable after sitting in a buffet steam table for any period of time. They have an Asian section that has a number of fried items that are always wet and soggy. The weekday carving stations (I have never eaten at the buffet on weekends when I am told prime rib is available) have dried out portions. In fairness on one occasion I had carved ham that was good. Pizza station items have no flavor. Italian section food is consistently dried out with little Italian flavor. I have had ribs that were not edible. The fish entrees are hit and miss. I think they always have some type of fried shrimp that is food service grade. The soups have always been below average. The salad bar is fresh and has a good variety. The desserts are actually pretty good as well.
I do want to give some credit to them- On two occasions that I have ate at the Woodfire Grill (do not confuse with the Kitchen Buffet. The grill is VERY good) there were very long lines going into the buffet. When I asked my server what the lines were for she informed me that they offered free buffets for women to support breast cancer awareness. This is an awesome promotion for a great cause and they should be applauded for this.