If a chef can not do a basic food... I can't recommend it, or risk going back twice. We came in late, and wanted a light snack. All the salads on the menu were on the "heavy side", so we ordered soup. My friend had the pumpkin soup which was OK. I ordered the chicken vegetable soup, and it was horrendous. It was cubed half inch white meat chicken breast, in a clear very salty broth heavy on the fried onion side on flavor, with tiny bits of cut vegetable. Wayyy too much meat for my taste, and I did not eat more than 2 bites of the chicken which was flavorless. I did manage to swallow the few little bits of cut vegetables which was less salty.
The waitress asked if I wanted the soup redone, but how can you? If it is just water, salt and fried onion? How can a chef not make a good soup? So they brought me a small, tiny bowl of fruit. As a courtesy....
Once bitten, twice shy... If you can't do well on the basics... forget the complex. Now.. the breakfast we had, 3 days in a row... was acceptable... but not anything to brag about. The omelet was not made the way I traditionally believe. Chopped ham and cheese was then mix with the egg. Fried in a pan, and folded in half. My understanding of omelet is that the ham, cheese, or fillings is put in the center, and the egg is folded over the top. But what do I know, as I am not a chef. The fried eggs do not have that caramelized rim that I prefer... it appeared more boiled (probably cooked on a low temperature top)... and pretty much cooked through and through. The juice was from concentrate.... except for the first day which they served real juice.
If they are going to mix the restaurant side with the "free breakfast" included on the hotel side... They will have to maintain quality on both... or it will drag their rating down. In this case, we experienced 3 breakfast, and a late night walk in light dinner. Unfortunately, they did not even offered us any bread for our soup.
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