The hotel and dining room have been restored since the flood of 2012 and the atmosphere is very nice with a wonderful view from the dining area, but the food is not impressive. Tasted like food was bought at warehouse food center and just re-heated. I would expect this kind of quality if eating at a cafeteria in the mall, not at a nice restaurant. The bill of $70 was the final insult.
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