Husband and I love this buffet/holiday Restaurant and at Christmas it was superb. So...we decided to visit at Easter with my daughter visiting on Navy Leave. At Christmas the meat was carved at stations and was cooked to perfection and served on your plate. This time there were NO CARVING STATIONS. I inquired about the lamb and filet, a chef graciously pointed me to the covered tureens in the adjacent room. The heat from these tureens being covered had overcooked EVERYTHING. The filet mignon tasted steamed and all well done, the duck had become tough. The lamb, seeing it had been carved rare, was still edible - yet practically tasteless. Their tureen managerie of spring veggies was wilted and tossed together. Of course their garlic mashed potatoes were always hot and ample - for those who enjoy garlic in their mash - excluding myself.
I was also disappointed in the dessert section - two cakes and a lot of fudge and easter cookies for the kiddies. We had made reservations in December for Mother's Day this Sunday, but think another choice is in order. I sincerely hope they go back to the carving stations and not pre-cutting all meats beforehand. Also did not appreciate paying $13 for a mixed drink and having a $42.00 tip added to my bill for 3 people, seeing it was mainly self-service. Forty-Two Dollars, really? When we had 3 different waitresses just picking up our plates.
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