The food is wonderful, but the latte service is super slow. They need someone in the am that just runs that service.
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I spent a week there and all the meals had high quality ingredients and were very enjoyable . The dining room is very nice and a walk before or after a meal up towards the canyon is a perfect match .
I have eaten here a few times over the course of 4 years. Each time has been good and fulfilling, but nothing overtly special to remark on. Any stand-alone orders have taken a bit too long to prepare, but the buffet was sufficient. Out of...More
The restaurant was in the midst of several art galleries at the base of red mountains. There was a little landscaping around the area that was focused on cacti and native plants. Beautifully done. The was good: tasty, unique. And it was wheelchair accessible --if...More
Ate at the restaurant as a guest at Red Mountain Resort. Menu options were great... No complaints on the food. Desserts were beyond good.
Loved the food - -great menu -- portion sizes are small, but that worked for me. Would be tough for someone with a big appetite.
Absolutely delicious buffet breakfast and lunch. The dinners always had lovely options and the dessert (oh that creme brulee was divine). Service was for the most part very good. I usually sat on the back patio by the herb garden or inside. My last night...More
The dining area was clean, charming, airy, spacious. The staff were friendly and accommodating. The food was healthy but not exceptional. For example, the sirloin beef for beef fajitas was rubbery, chewy at our lunch buffet and the pork pozole was sour. However, the carrot-peanut...More
loved the calorie counts listed - helps you make better food choices but the food was delicious, healthy, fresh and interesting.