Came here with my husband and another couple for Sunday brunch for their anniversary. View was breathtaking. Service was terrible, for us, but for folk perceived to be Isla Members, service was over the top. If they are trying to get folk in the community to become members, they need to start treating "outsiders" like they are special. Otherwise, shut their doors to the public on Sunday's too. 95% of the patrons in the 2 hour time span we were there were elderly. Who's gonna be their new members in 10-15 years time????? As for the food on the buffet, it was well presented, very tasty and at the proper temperature. As for the wait staff: the lady omelett maker needs lessons in how to interact with the public, and the really young man serving tea needs to be taught the difference between regular and decaffeinated. As for their manager, he was doing a fine job coordinating everything. Other than really feeling like an outsider, the atmosphere and food was delightful.
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