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We have enjoyed several holiday brunches at Westfields Marriott. Christmas brunch offered the same high quality service and food selections. It was a very satisfying experience.
There were numerous deserts, but none of them were very tasty. The pecan pie had no flavor and was dry; the pumpkin pie was dry and had no flavor. Other deserts left much to be desired.
Another successful family Thanksgiving! We've gone for years and will again next year.
The atmosphere far exceeded the food which was average for the VERY expensive price of $70 per person. For that price a filet carving station would have been nice, oysters, clams, maybe even lobster! Not going back!
We were seated at a table and left to get food at the buffet. When we returned to the table, there were other people seating there! After speaking with the hostesses they sent us to a room which my husband didn't like so we had to change tables for the third time. We were not served our drinks until I had to ask a waitress to help us and bring us something to drink. The waitress that help us was nice though and her service was good. The desserts were terrible. The creme brûlée was completely curdled. For a nice hotel, I'm really surprised they let that dessert out for guests. Also, some desserts that were out contained liquor and they do not indicate that on their food cards. Not good especially for kids. Will definitely NOT be back.
Amazing! The food and the service was outstanding!
The atmosphere was very relaxed, and above all, the food was outstanding.
The brunch is a little pricy but unlike other holiday buffets, there are no fillers (potato salad, cole slaw, etc.) just high end products and service. The cocktail shrimp are large, the smoked salmon and trout excellent. The assorted cheese board has European products and accompanyments. A large selection of brunch and dinner items and carving station. The desserts are well designed to end the day and create a great memory.
It was a great Morher's Day brunch. I would definitely recommend this brunch.
For Mother's Day the food and presentation were excellent. Long lines at the breakfast stations. Price is more than others, but the piano player is a nice touch along with the ice sculptures. Lowering the price slightly would take my overall recommendation to 5 stars.
Service is excellent in every way. The desert selections were outstanding and delicious.
We've gone to the Palm Court for a number of years for Easter and Thanksgiving and have never been disappointed. There is always plenty of food, plenty of help, and they do a great job of rotating people in and out. We'll definitely keep going.
Visited for Easter Brunch this year, our third visit for a holiday brunch. The food is very good and it is a pretty room, but the service was very weak for the prices we paid. Restaurant frankly seemed overwhelmed and overbooked. The manager who seated us almost ran to our table, then abruptly dumped us off so that he could race back and seat another table, my young daughters were running to keep up. Another manager yelled at a waiter who dropped a plate of dishes in front of a crowd of fellow customers. We had to hunt down waiters for coffee and beverages. The buffet line was very overcrowded. In previous visits we did not have this trouble...hope that they work out the rough edges.
THE Perfect Brunch!! I was hoping for a special treat for my birthday and Easter, and Westfields delivered.. The food was amazing, the wait staff was friendly, invisible, yet always there.. Plenty going on to amuse the kids ( petting zoo with adorable animals and kind attendant who didnt mind that I asked if a sheep was the baby goats mother), the Easter Bunny that disappeared quickly when he saw the look of horror on our two year olds face..Yes, it is pricey, but when you actually get what you pay for, it' s worth it. I am so glad we chose Westfields!!!My family will remember this day for a very long time!!
A great place to have Sunday Brunch. There was a very large variety of food stations - Belgium waffles, eggs made to order, breads & pastries, pasta, chicken, pork and beef dishes, salads, crab and shrimp. Huge selection for dessert as well. Everything was delicious. The servers were very attentive and refilled champagne glasses freely and even gave the kids sparking cider.
Our family attends Easter brunch at this location every year. The selection of food and ambiance never disappoint! Fresh fruit, cheese, waffles, steak, chicken, fish, bagels, omelets, desserts, mimosas and so on - what more could anyone ask for? The kids (5 and 3 years old) had a great time as well, even with the upscale atmosphere. The best parts of the day included seeing their faces light up when the Easter bunny came by and gave them each an egg, and when we took them outside for an egg hunt/petting zoo adventure. Everyone had such a great time!
Awesome brunch on Easter Sunday! Food selection and quality were well worth the cost! 22% tip was included, which is somewhat high for "serve yourself", but may have been included since I had a party of 7, but otherwise I'm going again next year!
We had a confirmed 8:45 a.m. reservation at the Palm Court Restaurant--Westfields Marriott for Easter Brunch on, obviously, Easter Sunday. Upon arrival, we were told that the Branch did not open until 11:00 a.m., but we could eat at the a la carte restaurant . Had we wanted to do that, we would have reserved there. We wanted the Brunch buffet. The host told us if we wanted to wait, he would seat us at 11:00, but over two hours was too long to wait as we had other plans. We've had thecEaster Brunch there many times and always found it flawless. This was the first time we went through Ope ETable and it just did not work the way it was supposed to. Very disappointed.
For AAA four-diamond facility, expected outstanding. Greeted with rose & compl. champagne and that was nice. But waiter wasn't extremely attentive or outstanding. We ordered Cab Sauv (only "one" to select) and restaurant out of it. Very strange? This special event and you know how many seatings, etc. If offering Filet Mignon, naturally people pair with this wine. Piano player nice touch but when he breaked, dining room was dead silence which again I thought was strange. Fricassee salad wasn't great & butternut squash soup not outstanding. Filet was very good but dessert which was sup. to be Choc. Crème Brulee was consistency of mousse that may have been frozen or chilled. For money, weren't impressed & will not return.
Usually great food but this year it was not to our taste buds. Would suggest a variety for the Valentines menu for various likes.
Would go again but will review the menu next year.