Lots of food on the all you can eat specials. Ribs, chicken, fish and chopped pork. The sides are mediocre at best except for the fries and slaw which were both good. The black eye peas were very undercooked and the greens were flavorless. The ribs were ok but hardly smoked without much seasoning kind of bland but not fatty. The chicken was sawdust dry and not edible. The chopped pork was probably the best part of the meal at least it was still moist and with a little of the bbq sauce it was fine. I did not try the fish because the table near mine sent the fish back. They said it had a spoiled fish taste and did not smell right. Overall not a good meal but the price was cheap. It is true, most of the time you get what you pay for.
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