This is the best brunch and the best value in Palm desert.
Wonderful beginning to end
We had a wonderful Sunday brunch. Our waiter, Roberto, was attentive and poured champagne as "needed". The food was delicious, and varied. Waffles, lox, biscuits & gravy, custom omelettes, dessert, prime rib, chilaquiles. What else can I say?
This restaurant was a tremendous disappointment. The server was poorly trained and rushed in his service. He served water in a glass that had a crack from the rim all the way to the base. It was ready to shatter. We ordered a kale salad with grapes that was delicious. The meatloaf, however, was very average and too spicy hot to enjoy even though the menu or the server did not alert us to the heat. The mashed potatoes on the plate were served in a mound probably with an ice cream scoop. They were tasteless. The chicken was mummified. It was as dry as any chicken breast you have ever eaten. It couldn't be cut with a knife but only shredded by the blade. Zero flavor and a torture to chew. The wine least was middle supermarket shelf. Avoid this place.
We had very nice time at The Vue. We go there often and are rarely less than fully satisfied with it.
Great food, service and we had a party of ten and they handled us with efficiency and grace.
Everything was great except for the fact that we had a reservation for 8pm and still had to wait 20 minutes for our table. There were also open spots at the bar but we weren’t made aware of these or told we could sit there instead of waiting for a table.
A bit pricey for what we got for lunch. Servers were very busy courteous & fishes nicely presented. But there wa no description of Adsian Slaw for my seared ahi salad. It was filled with cilantro that I can't stand & have an adverse reaction to, and was otherwise not like any slaw I've known. I sent it back to be replaced but the ahi portion was rather skimpy, Esp. For $17.
This place had good reviews so we were happy even though they were the only open spot around our hotel for a Christmas Day dinner
The place was defined by multiple screens of television and the buffet assembled was more akin something you will find on a cross country event than a high end resort
Because the event was a buffet, the staff decided it was ok to avoid serving and also to partake at the buffet while the event was still on.
Some of the dishes were edible but the experience was not!
Our experience was horrible. Hostess with an attitude, we so wished we turned around and ate at our hotel ( Hyatt). It was a Christmas dinner buffet and most servers ( front ladies, chefs who were serving meat etc..) were oozing out negative energy. We barely ate anything there BC we just wanted to get out asap. Waitress and waiters are nice - they saved my evening. Horrible dinner experience- never again.