The small buffet was perfect with tender ribs, fried chicken, fluff Jello salad and dessert. Quaint original wooden floor gives a Grandma feel. The bathroom is very tiny though. The breakfasts are speedy and hot.
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Food was decent, good portions but overpriced. Place was in need of a real good cleaning and some painting. Waitress was very friendly.
The people were friendly and the food was good. The food was solid standard fare. It wasn't special, but it was solid and substantial.
Stopped in for a Sunday buffet. We happened to be there in the peak of the after-church crowd, so it was a little cramped. That being said, the food was delicious as always. Everything on the buffet was fresh, hot and stocked well. The chicken...More
The food is not good and the smell in the place is all grease. The service was bad. you had to chase down the waitress to get your bill. Never again.
We just love eating at places like this. Homemade food...the fried chicken was the best! Wait staff was very friendly. We stopped late on night and even though they were taking down the buffet they made whatever we wanted from the buffet fresh for us....More
The Good: local, homemade, good value The Bad: no really good dishes I've eaten here a half dozen times because there are few choices. This is the sort of place that I can really enjoy. If only the food were good. The decor is old,...More
This is a great place. Stopped for lunch on a road trip. We felt welcome with warm and friendly greetings. The buffet had fried chicken and Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes, gravy, veggies, salad... everything tasted great, just like homemade. Recommend highly!