My son and I visited this restaurant last week for dinner after a long day of outdoor exploring. By the time we arrived it was 8:30 pm and we were concerned we would not have time to eat before closing. Upon entering I asked the hostess if we had time to eat still, she obviously heard me, and she just grabbed two menus and started walking to a table. She didn't even speak to us. Our waitress was okay, but not great. We each ordered the walleye dinner, subbed mashed potatoes for the rice, and it came with a vegetable. I will just say that the walleye, which was AVERAGE at best (little or no seasoning, but cooked fine) was the only decent part of the meal. The potatoes were like flavorless paste, there was supposed to be a caper/dill relish with the fish, which was just a sweet/tangy green glob. I actually did not recognize a vegetable. They were Brussels sprouts, but they must have been BOILED, because they looked darn near white, and I honestly thought they were cloves of garlic. They tasted weirdly tangy, mustardy, I don't really know. All I do know is that all the waitress was talking about was their P.O.S. system was down. She was telling everyone in the room that if they wanted to pay with a card, they would have to wait a LOOOONNNNG time and that they could charge the meal to their room for convenience. (We were not staying at the hotel.) So, we had to pay cash because we just wanted to get the heck out of there. Subsequently, we paid $60 for two walleye dinners and two waters that we needed to beg for refills. To be honest, we should have just went to the Holiday gas station and spent $10 on snacks and skipped dinner. I am not one for writing disparaging reviews, but I have never felt so ripped off for a meal. I feel honesty is the best policy, so I hope that other people who have high food standards see this, because I would sure avoid eating here. We pretty much flushed $60 down the toilet.
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