Easter brunch buffet, $30 a head. We had a reservation. First, we were shown to a table where everyone would brush past on on their way to and from the buffet. Eventually we were able to move. The buffet was very ordinary, the hot food was mostly cold, no potatoes when we were there. While we were at the buffet one of the waiters cleared away everything on our table. It took ages to get it reset. It was like eating in a cafeteria. $2.75 extra for coffee. And then they had the effrontery to add a "mandatory" service charge of 20% for service which was either very poor or non-existent.
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