I don't like buffets, so please take this from the view of someone having a lapband; it's like paying adult charges for a kids' appetite. BUT, the fried chicken is consistently good, the veggies are not overcooked, and the strawberry cake is to die for (hubby likes the chocolate whatever it is beside it). The problem is, I just feel it is not of value *to me* because I can eat 1 chicken leg, a few bites of mashed potatoes and gravy, maybe dressing or another veggie if it looks good (and they frequently do), and I'm always asked if there was something wrong with my dinner, since I can never eat it all (if I'm lucky Dad or Hubby will eat my leftovers). If I wait a few minutes, I can have a small (like 2x2") piece of cake. I can't recommend Seafood night; not sure what was up, but it was like the fryer temp was too low. I paid extra for some oysters, but was disappointed; however, frying oysters is an art (of which I have tried). But that night, everything seemed (to me) greasy which makes me queasy. But my Dad, ex, and brothers' families love it. So take this with experience with a grain of salt -- I just recently had my gallbladder out, so it could have been it was malfunctioning then!
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