Arriving at 10:20 for breakfast may not be wise. On second thought, arriving at any time may be unwise. After being seated in the completely empty room at the table nearest to the front door (the waitress said it was the only one set for breakfast), I and my party of 3 others were told that the chef would like to end breakfast and that we had better put our order in. Beginning with the constant (LOUD) noise of silverware being dropped on the floor right behind me (but behind a folding screen), the meal did not go well. Unfortunately, either the waitress does not know how to use a french press or they need new ones at the old Ritz Carlton. The first one was full of grounds. The second (the replacement) was only slightly less full of the gritty brown bits. The turkey sausage was dense with a odd smell which was not like turkey. It was miles away from the quality and taste of Godshall's sausage from the Reading Terminal. I considered it inedible and left it. The waitress was very nice and kindly refilled our orange juice glasses. Time would better have been spent at The Morning Glory or The Down Home Diner. If you want a great hotel dining experience, please visit The Four Seasons!
Pros: Architecture, Location
Cons: Noisy Staff, Poorly managed,