The food was surprisingly good. If you were an American that was comparing notes to what you could eat here and what you got dished up at the "restaurant" at The Grand Canyon you would have done hand stands. (Note the food at the "restaurant" at Grand Canyon March 18 2006 was possibly the second worst meal of my entire life - oh dear it was a tv meal slapped up and microwaved )
I was irritated that did not seem to cope with "numbers". The second night when we tried to get in we got told we weren't going to get a look in until 8pm! because there were 2 tour groups. Uhmmm Hello of course there is going to be tour groups its Uluru!!!!
We were asked if we were residents. We were staying there so we said yes, only to find out they meant someone who lived at the resort.
This made a difference to getting in. Who knew? We got in a bit earlier once that was sorted out.
We did have a long wait at the resturant which was not an issue for me but but some grumply middle agers just waltzed out after a period of time. God knows where they got their dinner at that time?
The third night well we were a party of 14. We had an early seating for an elderly parent of a friend who never has dinner past 5:30pm (the restaurant isn't open then) - well dinner was still going around 8:30pm when I gave up on ordering desert. Also we had to have a reduced menu .. Michael the waiter/ manager did offer to sneak in something off the real menu but we did not want to be a bother.
Additional staff would pay for themselves with no walk outs, and more alcohol sales. Seriously guys - you need to work on this.
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