If you like your food bland and cold, this is the spot for you. Probably a step up from the usual assisted living fare, but not a big step. We went to the Sunday buffet which was picked over with no sign they planned to replenish it. There were 2 scramble eggs - plain and with a few veggies and some cheddar on top, Luke warm sausage and bacon, cold pancakes stuck together, maple flavored syrup, mini eclairs that were icy inside, assorted fruits and a gooey chocolate sauce. Scones were dry and floury tasting. There were two items on the end we couldn't figure out - a grey mushy looking mess and fried something- no one was brave enough to try it. All overpriced at $11 per person.
Service was poor - we had to search for our server to pay and she never came by to offer more coffee.
A one star rating is one star too
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