Market Table - The Alexander
Breakfast: Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 10:00am
Breakfast: Saturday 7:00am-11:00am
Breakfast: Sunday: 7:00am-10:00am
Brunch: Sunday: 10:00am - 1:00pm
Awesome and great value
It was a very well laid out buffet, with plenty of variety and separation between the stations. Staff is extremely welcoming! A very enjoyable location, with an art eclectic theme.
The service was good, the food was very good with lots of healthy and decadent options so everyone was happy. They accommodated our large group of 20.
Easter brunch was excellent! Although we had a little seating issue the manager took care of it quickly. The food was very good. Our server was perfect
The food was interesting and delicious. The service was friendly and accommodating. Parking was a little confusing, but I guess that is to be expected for a downtown establishment.
We were there for Easter brunch with the family. We made reservations and our table is ready right at our scheduled time. Our server seem to be new and it was a little busy so I will say he tried his best. Also since this was not menu food I can't really critique anyting and regards to that. I can't say the brunch menu was full with lots of options including those for my vegetarian daughter and her fiance. It was a little pricey at $39 each but its not your typical foods either. Overall it was very good and we really enjoyed it.
The food was very good. The brunch had a lot of interesting dishes the were very good.
I am glad the breakfast and brunch were offered free with our room, because the breakfast was definitely not worth $19.95. All of the breads were extremely hard and the eggs that were cooked to order were very overcooked. The other choices were not good enough to make that price worth it. We were still there for brunch turnover, so I took a look and had a piece of salmon and some broccoli--both were so overcooked it reminded me of nursing home food. At $24.95, that would have made me extremely upset to pay. We all had coffee to drink, and it was not good at all. It was similar to the coffee you get in a room that cost you less than $100/night. It is a good thing the meal was included, because it was not worth what they are charging. As a side note, our server was not personable and not very attentive, but we didn't require much from her. Maybe we tried Market Table on an "off" day?
A relaxing, pleasant, and quiet atmosphere to enjoy a plentiful and nicely prepared buffet with friends or family.
Best brisket we have ever had (and we are 60+!) and best biscuits and gravy we have ever had.
Delicious Thanksgiving Buffet! Tasty food and interesting combinations. Lovely chilled display of salads and vegetables, hearty main dishes and sides, wonderful desserts! Great servers, too. Fun art in the building. We have gone there for three Thanksgivings so far!
Loved the food, it was the best part of our thanksgiving! Our waitress was busy but so kind ansattentive to is, for a holiday i was impressed with the service, we even arrived half hour eARly and they got is in!
Kudos to all for a wonderful Thanksgiving feast. The food was delicious--especially the dressing. Wish the potatoes did not have other root vegetables and noodles, green beans and rolls would have been nice. All in all, a great experience.
The pie was disappointing, but everything else was excellent.
Very disappointing. Limited food choices and overpriced. We had enjoyed brunch there in the past but won’t return.
We had friends visiting from out of town for the U2 concert and based on previous visits we were looking forward to a great Sunday brunch. Unfortunately, we were very disappointed in all aspects of The Alexander's Market Table brunch. The food on the buffet was cold and the selection was definitely less compared to previous visits. The fresh fruit and desserts were fine. This was not the caliber of brunch one would expect from such an upscale hotel as The Alexander.
The food was decent. The price was reasonable. I would recommend actual cooked eggs to compliment the omelettes that are made and strawberries for an addition to the fruit.
We've enjoyed Easter Brunch at several restaurants in the Indianapolis area and this by far is our favorite. Endless options whether looking for breakfast items or lunch items. Everything is always delicious and bottomless with great staff and ambiance.
The Easter brunch was not what I expected. Not enough vegetables. Some of the meat on the buffet was burnt or dry from being out too long. Also no french toast. The cost was $38.00 per person way too much for what we got. The sorbet was good and some of the desserts were good.
The food was good especially the bread pudding dessert. Marcus did a great job checking on everyone in our party of eight as they arrived. We were told 30.00 per person but it was actually 38.00 on the bill. I was called twice to check on my reservation and when I told them we had two infants they put us in the back private room. Very cozy and intimate with no restaurant noise. Very nice Easter celebration with our large family. Everyone in our party loved it. Plus the Alexander had great spots for group pictures. Would definitely recommend it and would bring the family again.
great selection of food, easy in and out, everyone friendly and helpful
Enjoyed brunch, had made to order eggs and omelette; good toppings to choose from. Great selections for brunch offerings such as veggie bacon, turkey bacon, regular bacon, and duck bacon. They even had brisket on craving station. Only draw back, wished they had a beverage station, had to wait for waitress to bring drinks each time. Overall service was nice.
Had a wonderful brunch at Market Table with my daughter, husband and cousin! The brunch options were outstanding--breakfast and dinner options alike--the Prosecco topped it off! We will definitely return!
Made to order omelette was good, but bacon and ham were crazy dried out. And no scrambled eggs on buffet line -- not cool! -- though if they had been, would have probably been super dried out. I do not recommend.
Thanksgiving is always great here. Love the variety and the location. Noise level is high because of the tall ceilings, but you don't have to yell to be heard. Even with all the people and the fact that its a buffet, the wait staff does its best to keep up with the tables. Will go again next year as its great to not have to do dishes!
The food was good but not worth the price. It was advertised at $32 and we were charged $37. Staff was friendly and accomodating.
Had a wonderful brunch for Thanksgiving. From drinks to dessert, everything was fresh and delicious which was surprising for a buffet-style. My family will be making this an annual tradition!
Hadn't dropped in for brunch in awhile, but I can't think of why since brunch here is so good! Marco is still serving on Sundays--nice guy who's very attentive. There were five breakfast meat options--turkey bacon, turkey sausage, turkey steak, bacon, and duck bacon (plus vegetarian sausage). Omelets to order. Fruit and smoked salmon (which is new?) I've never had smoked salmon during my other visits. The carving station of the day was espresso rubbed brisket, which was fantastic. Some chicken in harissa sauce and other lunch options. The only food I didn't care for was the sorbet from the gelato station, it had a goey syrupy-ness that generally happens when I let sorbet melt, then put back in the freezer. Everyone is very nice behind the food stations. While about $25/person isn't an inexpensive breakfast, this really is a good value because you can eat as much as you want, and all the foods are well-prepared. Not your standard bacon and scrambled eggs. The dining room is also quiet and calming with large booths to spread out.
Great variety. Exceptional service from every staff member. Highly recommend!
Food was good.
Good service and nice breakfast spot.
We dined for Easter brunch. Excellent fresh selection of a variety of foods. This is an excellent spot if you have a group with different food preferences. We had 2 vegetarians in our group, one also who is GF. There was a great variety for both the vegetarians and carnivores!!
We have eaten at Market Table on several previous occasions and always enjoyed the meal. Our kids wanted to go back, so we made reservations this past Sunday. The breakfast buffet foods were cold and certainly not worth the cost of the meal. We will not be returning nor recommending Market Table to friends (which we have done repeatedly in the past). I do want to note that the service was very good and attentive.
We had a great experience at Market Table. There were seven of us meeting for breakfast before a staff retreat. Nice variety of options to meet all food types. Great variety, looked amazing - tasted even better! More than the food, the staff was delightful. I had great conversations (about the food and just life in general) with each person I encountered - from the host staff to my waiter to those behind the line.
Well, this as a family tradition may have seen its last installment. We have enjoyed brunch the prior two years, as a family, on New Years Day, but this year was a resounding disappointment. The saving grace was that the service, as in years past, was great. The food selection compared to the prior years was significantly less. I hope that for their sake, they can figure out how to return to where they once were, in terms of the food execution.
The Thanksgiving Dinner buffet my family ha at the Market Table at The Alexander Hotel was fabulous! The food was so decision ... from roast pumpkin gnocchi, seafood paella, saffron risotto, cider brined turkey, stuffing, lamb shoulder, smoked short ribs, duck confit, stupid sea bass, vegetable lasagna, roasted sweet potatoes, smoked gouda mashed potatoes with horseradish to sorbets, carrot and chocolate cakes and pumpkin pie! Our server Lucia was wonderful. It was not overly crowded and we spent quality time eating and enjoying the day. A blessing on Thanksgiving!
The food was cold when we got there (about 1 hour before closing). Selection is decent but extremely mediocre considering the price. The service was great. Oh, and yeah, the grapefruit juice and all the ice-cream tastes really good. They need to work on the food itself. No one wants a cold brunch.