My husband, my mother and I stayed at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel on a package which included dinner and breakfast at this restaurant. My mother selected the turkey dinner offerings which included mashed potatoes, dressing, cranberry sauce, turkey of course, and asparagus spears. She said the turkey was tender but she was disappointed in the chicken soup starter as it was not very hot. She said the rest of the meal was, "Okay, I guess." After walking along the buffet and observing what was offered, I opted to have a freshly cooked while you wait pasta bowl. I was glad I decided to do that as, in the end, I probably had the best food out of the three of us. Had the salad bar been refreshed or stocked adequately, I might have built a salad, but several of the areas of the buffet were not "kept up" with what was supposed to be ready for the guests. Also, no one was at the carving station even though the meat was on display. Our breakfast the next morning was not anything to write home about in terms of yummy looking food. I skipped the buffet offerings and went to the omelet station where a very competent attendant cooked my omelet perfectly. The restaurant tables and flatware were clean and the servers were efficient and friendly for both of our meals. All in all, I think two out of the three of us were not thrilled with the buffet, and for my own meals, I think I just triumphed, more or less, over the circumstances by choosing to go to the cooking stations instead of eating from the buffet. In short, the experience was nothing to write home about, and when in the area again, I am sure we'd select a different place to eat in Williams.
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