After riding '1880 Train', we rushed to Borglum Story Museum and missed our lunch. The restaurant was across from the museum. It was a little early for supper, (dinner in SD is lunch, we learned from a brochure) we had a sampler plate - onion rings, good size chickens, cheese fritters, and fried portabella mushrooms (this was new to us). The platter was very big. Fried Portabella: we do not care them so much. Cheese fritters: they were good, wish we had with marinara sauce. Fried Chicken breast: they were big and tasted good.
I just want to tell you my strange experience. If you are mayo person, this would be a great food.
Only sauce that came with the plate was two mayo packages that you can get with sandwiches). My husband had ketchup for his fries, so my daughter asked for marinara sauce. The waitress soon came back with a handful of more mayo packages. She looked a new hire (we overheard the owner or manager was asking her name that the manager could not pronounce right and heard her speaking in Chinese to another waitress). My daughter figured that the waitress did not understand 'marinara', so we asked spaghetti sauce without meat. Then, she came back with more mayo out of a jar in a small bowl. We told her “like tomato sauce" this time, she smiled and came back with red sauce. It was not marinara sauce. By that time we got tired and felt so bad. She was trying very hard each time. So we gave up. We could see her relief. The bowl was cold. Yes, we got cocktail sauce. My daughter felt so bad that she ate cheese with it. Horrible! We saw they had salad bar and got ranch dressing.
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