I travel internationally for a living, so I have high expectations when it comes to breakfast buffets. In all, Restaurant 361 rang in solidly between a Super 8 or Motel 6 continental breakfast and some of the Mexican resort offerings out there.
To begin with, coffee was brewed in a old-style commercial rig that needed cleaning, tables were not afforded individual carafes. Tea was presented in an outdated wooden display box whose lid kept falling to the floor. Baked goods were economy grade offerings from the local supermarket. Stale supermarket bagels had been slided into quarters and were presented in a bowl near a whole salmon which had been overcooked the night before and kept refrigerated. The huge fish was beautifully presented, but not nearly as good as it looked.
The staff were uniformly kind and attentive, but not trained or held to a high standard.
On the plus side, an omelette chef did some great work, and the prime rib was excellent. Continental steam table offerings like fried potatoes, bacon, chicken breast medallions with ham slices, green bean medley, and some other items was average or better.
Desserts were plentiful, and some were good; although, I'm not sure how many had been made on-site.
In general, the Port Royal seems to be a 40+ year old former Sheraton-style resort hotel; it has a spectacular pool deck, which is the view from its third-floor restaurant. It is a musty, worn, economy-grade getaway that is well-suited to the Spring Break crowd or young families on a budget. I'd say it is fair to rate the buffet along those same lines: the kids will love it.