We were a party of six on New Year's Eve with reservations made a week in advance. Upon our arrival we were told the wait would be 15 minutes. Parties of the same size who came after we arrived were seated ahead of us. When we complained to the receptionist, she informed us the other parties held reservations for times earlier than ours (this was a lie as two other parties told us personally their reservations were for times after ours). I would hire a new receptionist to correct this situation. The food (a buffet) and the waitress were very good, but the evening was ruined by the receptionist. We have been going to the King Phillip for over 15 years, but it may be another 15 years before we return. Very dissatisfied customer!!!!!!!!!!!!!
very pricey for what u get. and the food wasn't all that good. i had the fishermans feast, so i expected a feast. there was barely enough food to cover the plate i was very disappointed. and it was $20 bucks. the service was good but can't make up for the food.
i will not go there again, beware
Not so good, wonderful staff poor ownership! Most of the food, if u eat there on a regular basis you'll notice has been recycled such as sun. pork roast becomes wed buffet bbq pork and then fri, pork and veg soup etc.
Good basic American fare from seafood to steaks to pasta; suggest making diner reservations even if it is by cell phone on the drive there (no breakfasts offered, and no weekday lunches); attentive staff; known for inhouse cheese dip and crackers served prior to the meal; Don't let the unimpressive outside appearance of the restaurant fool you - the interior dining area is quite nice. However, the Motel rooms are old, small, and cramped.