I am not one to miss a large arrangement of food, but I will admit, this time, I walked right past it and didn't notice the buffet filled with Mexican dishes.
I think what I liked about this particular Mexican food experience is that I could pick and choose what I wanted with no surprises, no unexpected sauces, no re-fried beans, and perfectly predictable flavors.
The salad bar was pretty typical. It had the normal vegetables, dressings and croutons along side a few pasta dishes and creamy cucumbers (another all time favorite).
As it turns out, the "seafood" chowder is just haddock (we asked), which was fine by me. Oddly, there was probably just about as much fish in two or three hearty bowls of this soup as there is in a plain old haddock dinner.