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Because of the Covid19 the restaurant changed from buffet to family dining. You get to choose 3 meats and 4 veggies and 1 dessert. Plus it comes with soup and salad. And it’s all you can eat. If you leave there hungry it’s your fault....More
We went here to have something out of the ordinary, sat down we were asked what to drink and gave us a menu, you choose 3 meats 4 vegetables and a dessert.
It was mostly chicken so not much choices there.
The same goes for...More
We wanted to get away from the chains and dine at a local restaurant. All I have to say is this, If this is the 3rd best dining option in Jackson, I would hate to see the 23rd option. It was a buffet, the food...More
We decided to stop here on our way to Memphis, it was dinnertime and we had hungry kids in the car. I know roadside buffets can be a bit sketchy, but I was optimistic.. unfortunately this one was just gross. The floors were dirty, tables...More
I’m from a small country town and get up eating at home w/a heritage of mothers cooking country recipes that have been handed down over the generations. I have to say this place takes me back to my younger days w/big family gatherings sitting around...More
This was a nice place to stop just to shop through the little store or to eat at the buffet. The buffet was not real expensive for all the food you get. And there was a lot and it was good. There is also a...More
The food was a tasteless dried out mess. Obviously the buffet was not busy and no one cared to check the edibility of the food. Catfish was hard as a rock. Stuffed peppers were nothing more than rice and ketchup. Chicken was dried out. I...More