We ate breakfast only, and on that experience had no interest in trying dinner, even though we were staying at the lodge. First, as other reviewers have pointed out, buffet does not mean so much self-serve or 'all you can eat' as it simply means all items are visible, and so no menu is needed. Some items are self-serve (including smoked salmon), but not the eggs or bacon or strangely, the coffee. Juice if wanted, is extra. Service was awkward, not done by experienced waitpersons but two young college men who seemed conflicted and so even with their good intentions, service was slow even though few people were there. The quality of the food was average. There is clearly an implied demand to be thrilled, which is irksome given the lack of anything standing out.
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