I knew that this was an all you can eat buffet but when we arrived there was a queue and it wasn't immediately obvious what you did and how you did it - so I'll prepare you. You pay first, then you get a plate, fill it with food and find a seat in one of the linked buildings. You can then get more mains or desert.
However there is another, much cheaper, option which works well if you have an average appetite - buy the food to take away. The choice is a small or a large plate. We chose the latter which entitled us to 1 meat and 3 veg but with added hush puppies, sauce for rice etc it was more than we could eat.All for 6.75 dollars.
The food was of mixed quality. The vegetables were mostly drowning in liquid and overcooked but the flavour was fine. My ribs were a bit tough but my wife's chicken could not be faulted. Desserts were blancmange type (but you don't get a desert with "to go")
I would go again.
Only open Thursday, Friday and Saturday all day and Sunday lunchtime.
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