A vestige of one of the old tycoons of the area, Rutherglen evokes a sense of what luxury must have been like when it was built. Unfortunately, the general atmosphere is disheveled and could use a good bit of organizing. They presented a tasty brunch buffet during which they ran out of biscuits. The maitre d' assured me that he would get some, but when I reminded him about 15 minutes later he told me there were none. A server assured me that he would bake some shortly. We were with a tour group and our guide was nice enough to inspect the plates and separate the clean ones from those that weren't quite clean before we passed through the serving line. Bathroom facilities were inadequate and dated. Table service was slow but courteous. All in all, it was a fairly unique experience and not entirely unpleasant, but I would hesitate to recommend it.
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