I last reviewed this restaurant in 2009 and it was not a kind review then either.
First appearance revealed empty newspaper boxes, patio railings that looked ready to fall over and a general feeling that the place had gone bankrupt and closed.
We arrived at 5:45 PM to find only one car in the parking lot, Not a good sign. It looked like it was closed but on trying the door it was indeed open for business. There was only one couple seated. The staff are all friendly enough but...After being seated I asked the hostess/greeter a simple question regarding the menu. She became quite flustered and stammered that I could ask the waitress.
I ordered ribs and pasta, specifying three times that I wanted pesto sauce. When my order arrived the sauce looked and tasted like alfredo sauce. I asked what the difference was in their restaurant between alfredo and pesto sauce. I was informed that they use a mixture of alfredo and pesto. Huh? The pork ribs were more pink than I prefer.
My wife ordered the turkey dinner. I asked her about it. It looked like stove top dressing mix, the veg were overcooked, and instant potatoes. I could have gone to the local grocery store and bought packaged dinner items that would have been as good. I expect a bit more from a restaurant for a fifty dollar cost.
Considering that they are on the same plot of land as a hotel who do not have a restaurant I expected they would be much busier. By the time we left, not one other customer came through the doors. Apparently they all know something that I don't.
No reason to go back for another four years I suppose.