We arrived at an odd time (3:00) and witnessed the changing of the guard. The Sunday morning brunch was giving way to the afternoon/evening spread. You would think it was the best of both worlds as there were waffles and bacon while we awaited sushi that never actually arrived. Still...
There was some decent seafood including shrimp (my personal favourite of what was available) and clams and mussels (Marie's favourite).
Not to mention a tasty Seafood Salad with imitation crab and a white fish ceviche which was also good.
We kind of browsed and hunted and pecked. I thought this plate looked artfully arranged.
Unless you are 10 years old, don't bother with the corn dog!
The large room is comfortable enough with a nice view. We did not have to wait but I have heard stories of long waits if you arrive at peak times. My overall impression was kind of meh but as I confessed at the outset, buffets are not really my thing. The price all day Sunday is $35 for adults and I am both chagrined and thrilled to say that I qualified for a $5 discount as senior's rates start at 55.
For what it's worth, we give the River Rock Buffet, 3 out of 5.