This restaurant is not open for dinner!
This place is ok. The view is not great for a seaside resort. The service was slow. The food was good, but way overpriced for what it was.
I looked on line to have a nice dinner with my wife on Valentines weekend. It did not appear there was any night dining at the Spa Cafe but I could make a reservation, so I did assuming we could order off the lunch menu. Instead we were presented a fixed 4 course menu for $80 each. No extras unless you paid for it and that included coffee and extra crab dip as we did not like the other one also presented. Our total bill with 10% tip and one drink each was $232.00. The food was very good and well presented but overpriced. No wonder there was no one else in the restaurant and on Valentines Weekend no less.
but they saved the day by getting us out in time for our concert and the food was scrumptious and the (very young) server was very good so all in all a good experience.
Lovely setting. Order the buckwheat waffle, which consisted of two little waffles. They were very good but portion size petite. Hubby got the mushroom spinach omelette which was tasty. Due to the small portion sizes of entrees we ordered a side of chicken sausage which was delicious and needed.
Great place when you're on the resort and want to have a few healthy options. California Eggs Benedict is amazing.
Wheat grass shots and smoothies by the pool. Some interesting lunch options too. Hummus trio plate is good
We went there to celebrate our birthdays; they took very good care of us. The smoothie and the edamame dumplings were exceptional.
Decent food but way overpriced. Great smoothies!
The smoothies are a great way to start your day. I don't eat eggs but the Benedict I saw looked quite good and people seemed really pleased with it!