Mizzen - Westin Harbour Castle
Didn’t get my OpenTable points?!
Standard hotel buffet. Service was above average. Price is what you would expect for a hotel breakfast buffet. Solid choice if your staying at the Westin Harbour Castle.
Christmas brunch featured a wide variety of selections at a reasonable price.
The service was impeccable and the food was delicious. We had the breakfast buffet and there was plenty to choose! I would definitely recommend it.
The service is impeccable! You are quickly seated and the server is very accommodating. The breakfast buffet is plenty and many choices to cover your palette. For the quality of food, pricing is good. I would recommend this restaurant.
The buffet was good, but way too expensive for what was there. Wasn't any pancakes, waffles or French toast to be had. You are paying for the name brand for the place.
We had booked this restaurant for the $40 Mother's Day brunch. We arrived at 10 am & were being pushed out & given the bill at 10:45. Clearly they were setting up a beautiful Mother's Day brunch and we hadn't been told that there were two different serving of food. Our brunch with a $27 brunch. This should've been made very clear when we made the booking. It was very embarrassing that we weren't allowed to have any of that nice desserts for pastries when we were very willing to pay for it.,
I have stayed at many hotels throughout the years and had an opportunity to stay at the Beautiful Westin Harbour Castle in downtown Toronto with My Family. We decided to have the buffet breakfast for our last day at the Mizzen and we were left more than disappointed. Usually when a restaurant wants to charge $85.00 for 2 Adults and 2 Kids you have expectations for some good food.
This was not the case.... First the Scrambled Eggs were runny and nasty and didn't taste at all what we were expecting. Second Sausages, looked so under cooked I prevented my kids from eating them, Third The Waffles that they had there must have been sitting a while because they were tougher than Hockey Pucks, after putting "fake" Quebec Maple Syrup they were somewhat edible. The "fresh" fruit was obviously not. The only good thing in the buffet - The Bacon and the Cereal which the kids ate. Am I ever glad I spent that kind of money so my kids could eat Fruit Loops.
To top this off the waiter staff in the dining room arguing over where customers are to sit....
What a shame
We had a lovely Morher's Day brunch with the family. The food was spectacular. The staff was very professional and had the pleasure of meeting Chef Corbin.
We arrived on time, but 10 minutes later the staff were still setting up, leaving us to fend for ourselves for everything from tongs and maple syrup at the buffet to juice and water at the table. Ambience poor for $145 brunch at what was little more than a cafeteria for sleepy hotel guests.