Overall, the food was delicious and well attended to. Hot entrees, tapas, sushi, lamb, beef, cheese and fruit selection, and caviar bar were all delightful. Service was good overall, especially the lady from France a the omlette bar who especially prepared crepes for me. In addition, the gentleman carving the meats took the time to explain the different cheeses available to me. Desserts were divine from the honey creme brulee studded with a slip of chocolate with ""The Ritz"" printed in gold to the light mango custard to the surprisingly light but full bodied chocolate mousse to the lemon meringue tart to the pineapple-coconut-white wine concoction. Just about each dessert was conscientiously and creatively put together (e.g. the little swan creme puffs). We sat by the large doors opening to the courtyard, so it was a bright beautiful Sunday brunch edged with jazz in the background.
Pros: Good brunch variety, Overall food quality, Attentive staff
Cons: Price but worth it