My wife and I eat there at least once a month. At $7.95 per pound or $18.95 for all-you-can eat, we find that the per-pound price usually gets us out a little cheaper even when we have more than one plate. I think the price must reflect the costly overhead of the location. If you really want to save $2-$5 per visit, go to their web site and download their coupon. If, however, all you are concerned about is filling yourself up to uncomfortable status, there is a $10 national-chain buffet in the same area. Not withstanding the fact that dinner usually runs us $30-$35, with tip, it is a good experience and the food is rarely disappointing. Yes, we have experienced a trip there when the food has been under the lamps a little too long and been dry so we've learned to avoid those and stick with the items that appear to be fresh. My wife is crazy over the sauteed greens and the avocado dressing on the salad bar. The black beans with sausage are great. One of my favorites is the roasted pork but my new favorite is the spinach stuffed flounder. Beware of the house-made hot sauce!!!! I am a huge fan of Sriracha and use it all the time on almost everything. Monezi's home made hot sauce makes Sriracha taste like Texas Pete. Tread lightly (two drops) but give it a try with the black beans. Being that I live a low-carb lifestyle and my wife living gluten-free we have not sampled their desserts but if we did, I'd say - get a small dinner at the per-pound price and save room for dessert.
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