sadly agree, the place went from top notch to dire bottom. The price gauging is out of control as well and you get nothing for it. Plus that ridiculous table problem as you said.No and the food sucks there... Sounds like a great deal... Don't forget the tables are on top of each other...
Geez - is that "all you care to eat"?
For what is worth, the Disney breakfast pastries are made in house. And for $67 per person, that can feed 7 people all you can eat breakfast buffett on International Drive, then the family can go to the parks.Assorted pastries for the table
Cheddar Cheese Soup or Avocado Toast
Montreal-Spiced Corned Beef Hash, Le Cellier Eggs Benedict, or Cinnamon Roll French Toast Bread Pudding.
Maple Crème Brûlée or Coffee and Donuts.
Your choice of beverage - a Northern Mimosa, Le Cellier Bloody Caesar, Joffrey’s Le Cellier Blend Press Pot Coffee, or a non-alcoholic specialty beverage
Ugh, Crap generic pastries, a choice of the soup (which is not so great) or Avocado toast, three breakfasty dishes, and then dessert.
This is all breakfast stuff (except the soup). Brunch, to me at least, is a blend of breakfast and lunch foods. Usually there is something roasted, some kind of seafood, etc. This is not brunch, it is overprice breakfast.
The food used to be good - way back when. When it began declining, I started dipping out more on IG to eat at Yachtsman. Now that Yachtsman has declined, I make the longer walk (or sometimes boat it) over to Shula's.No and the food sucks there... Sounds like a great deal... Don't forget the tables are on top of each other...