Great Blue Heron Casino daily food deals. $11.99 AYCE ribs and more. Free membership required. 19+
Must be 19+ to enter restaurant
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Sep 30th, 2019 2:48 am
If it's a really good deal, I sure hope so.
Sep 30th, 2019 3:56 pm
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Oct 10th, 2019 12:27 pm
What is your time worth? Also have to consider vehicle wear and tear + gas consumption.
Oct 10th, 2019 3:58 pm
Which is why I ask. All these things taken into consideration, it is worth the experience even if just one time. If there are huge line ups and the food is very ordinary, well then it is not even worth it if the casino was located right in Toronto.
Oct 29th, 2019 12:53 pm
Oct 29th, 2019 12:55 pm
They didn't think of this until Element start to offer cheap buffet for all. There isn't much of a deal before that. Since they were owned by OLG. Now there are competition.
Nov 2nd, 2019 8:19 pm
Nov 2nd, 2019 9:04 pm
any free credits for signing up for membership?SachinD410593 wrote: ↑ So for those that were on the fence about making the trek to Port Perry for these food "deals" I can share my experience from just a couple hours (Sat evening) ago for the Fri-Sun Prime Rib and Snow Crab promotion.
Since this was our first time to this Casino we signed up for the membership / one reward or whatever and they gave my wife and I $5.00 each for either slots or dining credit. So for us it was essentially $14.99 + plus tax per person.
Overall Rating: 7/10
Stood in line around 3:45 and it was a decent size line but no issues being seated the moment they opened at 4pm.
The buffet was very basic in terms of additional options aside from the Prime Rib and Snow Crabs in comparison to Niagara fallsview casino buffet or most other buffets for that matter.
They had jasmine rice, carrots and peas, mashed potatoes, scallop potatoes, chicken in red wine sauce, pork cheek, spinach and basil cannelloni and of course some salads and veggies. Someone mentioned as we were finishing they do fresh pasta to order I saw the station but nobody was there and noticed even the Prime Rib station the lady carving the rib was like Pokeroo she would often disappears and lineup of people waiting.
The Prime Rib however was fairly decent and the snow crabs were good as well just about what you would expect and hence my rating of 7/10 overall since value wise it was pretty good. Would have been nice if they had garlic butter with the crabs but they didn't just plain.
Dessert was basic cakes, pies and soft serve ice cream.
But like all buffets its a pig pen of people hoarding ridiculous amounts of snow crabs stacking them 3-5 full crabs on a plate lol and rushing off to devour them and to my disappointment at the lack of manners our society now has so much of it went to waste as people took far more than they could eat. If you can stomach that environment (no pun intended) while you try and enjoy your meal then god bless.
I drove down from Richmond Hill and I took the 407 so gas + 407 = $50 plus $35.86 for the buffet for 2. Total cost for me was $85.36 but because I won a quick hundred in roulette broke even essentially.
I would recommend it if you enjoy the slots and tables but it isnt worth the long drive out there just for the food in my opinion at least.
I took a few pictures for ya'll ... tried to take more of the buffet but for some reason the staff asked that I don't ... which was strange.
Nov 3rd, 2019 11:44 am
No other credits were offered apart from the $5.00 slot or dining credit when signing up for one rewards membership.
Nov 3rd, 2019 12:20 pm
Nov 3rd, 2019 2:57 pm
agree. people love crablegs. what's gross is sitting next to them and hearing them suck that stuff like they're slurping ramen noodle. nasty dinner table habits