My friend just had her wedding in this place and I must say, it is perhaps one of the absolute worst place to have your wedding. Upon entering, you are greeted with plastic blue roses and fake ivy plants hanging on worn white trellis.
The hall was lovely. I liked the lights and candeliar hanging from the ceiling but that was about it.
The food was atrocious! DO NOT have your wedding in this place. Not only was it 2 hours late, the food was tasteless and bland to say the very least. We were greeted with plates of taco chips (from packet) and dipping salsa sauce (from packets). A few measly carrot sticks and brocolli on a plate with dipping sauce (from packets).
The beef was tender but over-salted. The gravy was even saltier and you can tell the gravy most definitely came from a packet. The chicken pieces were so dry you can almost hear the dessert winds. Rice and noodles were bland and tasteless.
The salad was positioned at the wrong end of the table, it was placed next to the dessert with melting ice cream. The salad lettuce leaves were wilted, old cucumber slices, tomato wedges and bottles (!!!) of Kraft Thousand Island dressings on the side. You can tell how much thought they put into the presentation.
Ice cream served at weddings seemed like a great idea but to have your ice cream served just as you come off the buffet line seems laughable. Your ice cream melts while you're heating your meal and as a result, you're sitting there with a crappy fruit platter and ice cream sauce on top.
Service could be improved. There were absolutely NO WAITERS going around and asking if you needed anything. I asked for hot water when they started coming around and dragging their filthy looking trolleys and pilling up the plates into them. I got lukewarm water but hey, at least it came.
Terrible! Terrible! Terrible! I would not recommend this place, not even to my worst enemy.