Ribs? Fair. Chicken? Good. This transplanted Texan has a high standard for bbq and these ribs didn't clear the bar...almost, but not quite. The rotisserie-cooked chicken was good, but not great. Honestly, Wal-Mart's rotisserie-cooked chicken is good, but not great, so don't expect wonderful things. I guess we got to the restaurant at the wrong time, because there was a long wait for the chicken. French fries were generous; slaw was not. Both were good. Pleasant enough atmosphere for a chain restaurant. Service was excellent. Prices were reasonable. While travelling through this part of Canada, you could do a lot worse than this restaurant.
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