Prime rib and crab Buffet When we first called they said they were King crab legs, but lo and behold they we sno-crab. The person responsible for the prime rib should buy a meat thermometer and learn to sharpen their knife. Went to the carving station 6 times looking for rare best I got was med-med well. The only saving grace was the oysters. Most everything else was cold on the buffet and/or dried out. I agree with one other reviewer the breakfast buffet is the worst
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