This restaurant is in a lovely setting in the middle of the woods and next to a rose garden. Admittedly, we went in the cold months so were not able to take advantage of the setting. Had we done that it would probably have improved the atmosphere and our appreciation of the food and service. it was raining, only a few patrons. We had the buffet lunch which required you to choose the raw ingredients for a chinese meal and handed them over to a Wok Chef. The food was not bad but it could certainly be improved. Very reasonably priced. Nothing wrong with the service either. Just lacklustre. I may come back during the summer months to see the improvement.
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