My wife and I have been here a few times already. I think this was our 3rd Sunday brunch buffet. It cost $17/person for the buffet. I would say it is $1-1.50 too high, but maybe that is because I don't have cash to just throw at eating out regularly. We have returned, though, because the food is very good. There is variety - I think a few options may have changed from other visits. They have fish, shrimp, chicken, beef, and pork plus veggies, mashed potatoes, eggs (also a variation than just scrambled I think), salads, desserts, french toast, waffles, and I think made per request omelettes. I always forget about the omelettes. I must try those next time. You have to go up to the bar where they are made.
One of my favorites was the "beef". It had a more specific name the last time we were there, but I do not recall. It is very tender beef, maybe from a roast?, with mushrooms, and a wonderful gravy/sauce. Very good! The desserts typically vary from visit to visit. My wife really likes how they prepare their mashed potatoes. The breading on the cod was kind of bland, but it was properly cooked. Drinks are an extra cost. My wife wanted a unique smoothie she had one other time there, but we found out those are only made during the summer.
The decor is nice and cozy. There are fireplaces and themed decorations - canoes in the rafters and paddles on the walls. It makes me want to be in a log cabin in the country watching the snow fall.
Our server was either poorly trained or just new to serving. She wasn't bad or rude, but I could see little things that showed her level of experience as below what you'd expect from a place with that atmosphere.
I suggest trying out this restaurant - either the buffet or the menu.