Located in the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Wichita Airport is one of the best Saturday evening buffets filled with superb crab legs and juicy prime rib. It is Legends Restaurant.
Legends is a favorite of my cousins and my dad. Being a huge fan of crab legs, I’ve gone many times and have always been very pleased with the quality of food and level of service.
I heard that they also offered a Sunday Champagne Brunch from 10:30 am – 2 pm for $18.95. It made a lot of sense for me to give it a try based on the fact that I’ve been more than happy with their Saturday offerings.
So on Sunday, my friends and I made our way to 2098 S Airport Rd right by the airport to give Legend’s Sunday Brunch a try.
When we arrived, the place was busy. Seems like we weren’t the only ones who had this bright idea of attending brunch at Legends.
Unbeknownst to us, the buffet includes two free Mimosas if you are of age. Fortunately for us, we no longer need Fake ID’s and have all been legally able to drink for some time. Hooray old age!
The five of us all then proceeded to check out the Sunday Brunch and here’s a sampling of what is offered.
Yes that last picture is chicken strips, nuggets and macaroni and cheese for the kids. One of my best friends is a huge fan of these options so that probably scored brownie points for him.
Secondly, I apologize to anybody reading this who may have been waiting in line behind me. Yes I’m the weird guy who was slowly taking pictures of everything on the table and slowing everybody down.
So how was the food?
Like most Sunday Brunches, it was really hit or miss on many options. The waffles, eggs with the house hot sauce, and eggs Benedict were the favorites while many of the other options were average to less than stellar. The prime rib was pretty dry as were many of the desserts that were sampled at the table.
In being completely honest with everybody there weren’t many comments shared around the table. It was one of those brunches where everybody just went through the motions, ate their food, and called it a day. Not one person was overly impressed with the Sunday Brunch and I felt bad because my expectations were very high based on their Saturday Seafood Buffet.
At $18.95, the price was comparable to other options around town but the food may not have been.
If you go to Legends for any sort of buffet, my advice would be to stick to the Saturday Seafood Buffet.