Stayed at the hotel and had breakfast before leaving. We had the sausage and eggs. My eggs were perfectly soft poached, everything was good except the fried potatoes. The potatoes tasted old and soggy. The server was wonderful and kind.
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I have had plenty of experience dining out with large groups, and it's usually a bad experience. Not so at the Camelot. We turned up on a Sunday morning with 18 people. 18 chatty, sassy, boisterous people who drifted in between 9:45 and 10:10a.m. We...More
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Pork Cutlet too salty, soggy and the gravy was too watery. No freshness in the vegetables. What makes this 2 out of 5 is the dessert. Coconut pudding was 6/10, would eat again some time.
I am very sorry to hear you where disappointed With your meal, cutlets is one of our best sellers never had a complaint before...Never the less will address your complaint....Hope you give us another chance....
Stopped here one morning for breakfast, we did not want to venture far from our hotel and the only other choice was Denny's. The food was good, price was reasonable, however the cups of coffee are very small and they do not come around very...More
Sorry you didn't enjoy your breakfast with us...Our coffee cups are small very reasonable priced..Also known by all our customers as a endless cup..Wish you would have spoke to Manager and gave us a chance....
We are staying there now and went for breakfast today. Cold uncooked potatoes, a flat tasteless omelet and greasy toast. The coffee is bitter and cheap. My hubby tried the sausage and eggs and it wasn't much better. Old diner, no hair nets on the...More
It sounds to me as you were having a bad day...If you were not satisfied you should have sent it back...Our coffee is not cheap, our cooks wear hairnets...Buttered toast is greasy you can ave dry with butter on the side..
At first I thought the restaurant had the vibe of a truck stop, so I expected the food to be of similar quality, I was wrong! First off I have to give special mention to their fried Zucchini sticks and onion rings, I've never had...More
When we walked into this restaurant/diner it took me back to the first job I had after finishing school in 1976. The booths the counter with the stools, even the menu. We were warmly greeted by our server Reylene. Forgive the spelling if it is...More