Pros - the atmosphere is amazing, variation of settings within the Gaylord Palms is simply breathtaking. The restaurant at which the sunday brunch is held is like an old Spanish Cantina. the service and the staff are top notch. I was never left waiting for water, and every time I got up my empty plate was taken away before I got back.
Cons - everything is soaked in grease, the meats vegetables, everything. the meat on the carving board was very well done, and although it was prime rib, it might as well be a hamburger when cooked that much. The lone bright spot on the food was the salad. Usually I go for 4-5 plates at a buffet, here I settled for two, and due to all the oil, felt very bad afterwards. For a buffet to cost upwards of $40, I would expect a little bit more seafood in Florida, and a little better quality in the meats and vegetables.
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