Lunch is served from 11 am to 3 pm and we thought we would get there at 2 pm on a Sunday so that we could see both the lunch and dinner menus. When we got there at 2 pm, we registered in the computer which indicated that it would be over an hour before we could get in. We gave our contact information and actually within 30 minutes, we were notified that we could return.
There was a whole section of raw oysters. Unfortunately, they had been shucked in advance and were a little dried out.
There was a sushi section, which included some nigiri (fish on rice) and some sushi rolls.
Asian section with a variety of fried noodles, fried rice, sautéed shrimp, stir-fry clams and a very delicious tofu in a seaweed sauce.
Street taco bar--you could get pollo, carnitas or carne asada. This was actually one of my favorites.
Juice bar--pineapple, mango, cranberry, horchata in adorable little jars.
Grilled meat section. My favorite was the grilled lamb chops.
Seafood bar with peel-your-own shrimp (small size), stone crabs, Alaskan crab legs (there was also hot Alaskan crab legs in the Italian section--ask for it). Nearby was the cooked seafood with lobster bisque, fish filets and mussels.
Dessert section with tarts and creme brûlée.
There was a crepe section.
Cookies and chocolate-covered strawberries.
Macarons and cake pops.
I was disappointed that the quality wasn't very impressive. You would have to eat a lot to justify the $52.96 (tax included but tip is extra) price tag for lunch.
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