I found the buffet to be quite average for the price of $40 that excluded any champagne or alcohol (extra $13, I believe). Nothing new, unusual or inventive....very much like any buffet. Towards the end, I was looking for another slice of medium rare/rare rib roast and after getting the server's attention, all he had to offer and provide was dry, medium well since no more was left. After I took slices of it, he was serving exactly what I had wanted before, just ten minutes later after I was done with my meal. Hassle with parking, heavy charges per self parking so make sure you get your receipt stamped to avoid paying for that also. I've had a lot better, more liberal and entertaining buffets elsewhere.
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