It was the typical golden corral. The food was fine only a few empty containers. The waitress was attentive. The bathrooms could use some work. They were very work, dingy & dirty. All in all an ok dining experience.
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Hate to say it, if you're looking for somewhere to grab some expensive stuff to put in your face hole, that requires no thought or originality, drive back to the Golden corral. It's over priced, made by people that were just looking for a job, not chefs looking for a kitchen.
The gentleman that was preparing the bacon took is cell phone out of his pocket while wearing gloves, punched a few buttons and returned phone to pocket. Never took is gloves off or changed his gloves after handling his phone.
My family and I live out of town, so we eat food in Hays when we're around. The kids are free on Tuesday and Thursday nights are nice. But if you'd like a piece of friendly advise, go some place else to eat. Every time we eat at Golden Corral we get sick. Worse than an upset stomach if you... More
We ate here on our way home from Estes Park. To start with, it cost my husband and I $35 to eat. It was way overpriced. I previously worked at our school as a kitchen manager. All the food looked like typical school food. The fried chicken was pretty good but that's about it. I couldn't find anything so I... More
We ate there at lunch and was overwhelmed at the selection of food to choose from. They even had some breakfast items still available. Our server was friendly and kept our plates picked up. Seniors also get free drinks. Enjoyable experience.
We went for dinner. Shortly after we arrived the power went out. The staff seemed to just panic. No one seemed to know how to shut of the annoying buzzers. We sat around for a while and finally got a refund and left.
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