This is inside a hotel that was once the Fairmont, but is now Duke. We needed a last-minute reservation for 5 people for a breakfast, and to that end, we were satisfied. However, the seats, table, and carpet are all indicative of a heavy, outdated, hotel-conference decor, and the lighting lends a cheapened ambience to the meal. However, the breakfast/brunch menu was surprisingly good. The Honeybee biscuit stack with a granola parfait on the side was presented well and each element deliciously made. The hashbrowns are crispy brown on top and tasty in the middle. The orange juice tasted freshly squeezed and everyone liked their order.