Month Visited: 05/11
05/11 The menu has undergone a substantive change, not for the better IMHO, since our last visit this past March. We each ordered the salmon Wellington with spinach in puff pastry and the house salad with blue cheese dressing. Our meals included a choice of starch with Ann ordering mashed potatoes that had to come out of a box and me ordering an overdone baker.
03/11 we each ordered the South Point cut done medium rare with me opting for blackened Cajun style. Our dinners included a house salad tossed tableside, a bread basket and a choice of potato (mashed for me, baker for Ann) or rice pilaf. The meal represented a good value using the LVA 2/1 coupon.
12/10 We decided to stay on the property for dinner, so after enjoying our drinks we went upstairs. My wife started with a mundane house salad with blue cheese dressing prepared tableside while I opted for the split pea soup which was thick and delicious. For an entrÃƒï¿½Ã‚Â©e, she chose maple glazed salmon, a large filet served over a sweet potato pancake with corn relish. My sautÃƒï¿½Ã‚Â©ed sea bass, 2 large filets over stir fried vegetables in a light teriyaki sauce with a side of rice pilaf was very good though the latter was blah.
12/08 After reviewing the menu, we each settled on the South Point cut of prime rib. All dinners include warm artisan bread and a choice of either salad or split pea soup. The blue cheese dressing on our salads was bland and most likely from a bottle and our baked potato was at least an hour past done. The prime rib was served medium rare and was accompanied by side dishes of a sour cream based dressing and fresh horseradish. The meat was tough and was weak in flavor. Given the many favorable reviews, we were disappointed by the quality of our entire meal. The one positive was the South Point was running a Ãƒï¿½Ã‚Â½ point special on all food.
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