I've been to the old buffet several times but this was my first visit to the New Buffet. Overall it was good but I was a little disappointed. We went on a Saturday night so we witnessed the Seafood Spectacular.
The buffet included on whole Maine lobster per person. The lobster however was overcooked and dry. The crab legs were just warm not hot, even when they were just brought out. The prime rib was very good. The cocktail shrimp were also very good. The pasta station was good, but the food was just warm not hot.
Comparing the old and new buffet, there looks like there are noticably less chocies now. There are less cold (salad) choices and less hot choices.
The flow of the serving area is awful. The serving area has been reduced to about half the size as the previous space. The line for the carving section (which only inlcudes prime rib, not turkey or ham) backs up into the crab leg line and the lobster line is mixed in too. The condiments for he prime rib (horseradish, au ju, etc) is tucked in a corner on the other side of the crab legs.
The dining area is new and more comfortable. Couldn't decide if there was less seating as it laid out differently. It looks nice and includes several projection TV shows sport games.
The crab legs, lobster and shrimp are included every night of the week, so the Seadfood Spectacular on the weekend seems like a way to charge four dollars more on Friday and Saturday nights.
I wonder if the location of the new buffet is only temporary. The food is still cooked in the old kitchen at the other end of the floor (where the old buffet was) and carted to the new buffet. The dirty dishes are then carted back. The are of the old buffet is sealed off.
Overall the food was pretty good but not excellent.
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