We had a brunch and a dinner here. Both meals were very expensive but we were staying at the hotel for a week.
Brunch: Great service, friendly staff and extensive menu. Staff had raved about the eggs benedict so I ordered the option with ham. The hollandaise sauce was flavourless and really heavy and the ham was so salty it really overpowered everything on the plate. The portion was very generous...but It's eggs with ham, not ham with eggs, you know?
I had hot tea and orange juice...they refilled the o.j., which doesn't happen often but when brunch for two comes to more than $60, it's welcome. The juice also tasted like Tropicana, not fresh squeezed as billed.
As a tea drinker, I did appreciate the large mug and teapot.
Dinner: This is a steakhouse...I saw two tables leaving when they realized there weren't enough options for vegetarians or fish-eaters. My steak was cooked perfectly, incredibly tender and flavourful but it was too salty. My partner's steak was also too salty but he loved it. The portions are, again, enormous. The smallest steak is 8 oz. We ordered the wild mushrooms and creamed spinach as our side plates. We also started off with crab cakes and oysters. The oysters were delicious. The crab cakes had absolutely no flavour other than tasting like fried batter. The service was again very friendly, informative and caring. Our waiter recommended a good bottle of red to go with our menu. In all our two appetizers, two steaks with side dishes and bottle of red came to around $200.
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