Excellent American food from talented chefs.
It is 2013 and I'm updating this. Things have changed. :(
Sad to say, this place NO longer has "food to die for." Sometime in 2011 it was sold to some big corporation who has micromanaged the restaurant, not letting the chefs be creative. They have recipes that taste much like the things I make at home. Whoopee. :(
This has made the food somewhat 'pedestrian.' Yes, it is better than Perkins, Subway, and Culvers, but at $17. for lunch, it is not exciting. We now go only 4 times a year, before we went 2 - 3 times a month. We no longer tell our friends to go there.
It isn't worth going unless there are 85+ people attending, as it is buffet. Reservations recommended.