It'd been a long time since we frequented this buffet; had my fingers crossed...to no avail. The offerings were rather limiting. The Chinese section on this particular evening was a bit weak. One meat entree, chow mien, egg rolls and one sticky rice thingamajig. A poor showing for this section. Other sections fared better: prime rib (I heard) was quite tender, sushi was fair, pizza not too shabby. Dessert was easily the highlight. This is rated the Lake's top buffet, however, that really isn't much of an accolade considering that there aren't many buffets to choose from in the area. Scenery of course is picturesque but you're paying to eat well not just look at the pretty sights.
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