Husband and I decided to try their seafood buffet after the waitress told us there was shrimp on it. She originally told us catfish and white fish were all that was on it until she went and looked at it and told us about shrimp....More
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Sun. Buffet cheap and good - Southern-fried chicken crispy & juice greens, peas (crowder? Little bitty, also grown in So. Ark), fresh salad were good. Gravy was nothing to write home about (not good ole Southern stick-to-your ribs pan gravy, somewhat disappointing). Desserts - sticky...More
Small town charm. The buffet is the best choice for lunch. There is a variety of meat and vegetables to chose from. The biscuits are cooked in a pan and cut into squares. Moist and delicious like grandmother made. The sweet tea makes you want...More
Really disappointing. Buffet limited and chicken was cooked to a crisp, Lima's were "sour" , mashed potatoes were packaged, Has small salad bar. $9.99. Eat off menu. Hamburger's are good. Wishe they served breakfast all during the day.
So after reading the reviews I was thinking this could be a do or die situation ESPECIALLY since we don't look like a local 😂. Anyway we were greeted by everyone looking at us when we walked in and the young man at the cashier...More
I'm rating this excellent because of the service and friendly atmosphere. We went for lunch and weren't interested in the buffet so we ordered off the menu. We had a burger and a chicken philly. The food was good but the atmosphere and just listening...More
The buffet was great and the "service" was as friendly and good as the south is inclined to offer. I ate 2 pieces of fried chicken, a fried pork chop and all the beets, collards and other fixin's I could handle. And this was for...More
Well, kind of ordinary. I'd order the pancakes and not the French toast next time. My friend had the biscuits and gravy and liked them alot.