It started with the hostess taking us to a table that didn't look like it had been cleaned well, and I asked for a different table. She took us to the next one over and layed the menu down quickly on a smudge so I wouldn't see it.
I expected more cajun food, and maybe crawfish or catfish. There was a gumbo that was out of this world and I had two bowls. The rest of the food was regular American fare - scrambled eggs, pancakes, fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, salisbury steak. There was a not bad dessert bar, with a chocolate fondue, but otherwise we were not terribly impressed. It is a champagne brunch, and there was no problem getting our fill of champagne.
If you are going to order off the menu, the selection looked good, but there are much better brunches offered in this area, like at the Isle of Capri (a little more expensive, but lots better selection of food).
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