I was not excited to eat at a buffet for lunch but my husband did not want fast food. First impression of paper plates and plastic utensils did not bode well. I was wrong. The food was delicious, plentiful, and inexpensive. Less than $20 purchased all two could eat of fresh cooked vegetables, fried chicken, BBQ, a drink and homemade dessert.
The restaurant was filled with locals. There is a loaf of bread on the table. Paper towels served as napkins.
If you want linens, silverware, and atmosphere go elsewhere. For good food stop at Duke's.
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