The food is good home style cooking, and we have always enjoyed eating there. But when we went for a later sitting Easter, we had two surprises: the price was almost twice the usual price and the food was no better, if as good, as the regular daily buffet. Six people including a six year old were $150. We did not think to ask the price in advance because the buffet was a pretty typical Sunday buffet. Secondly, even though they were out of many items listed on the menu, the price was the same as if we had had the full buffet. They had told us late sitting was fine and that they had reservations for 45+ people for the late sitting. But the cook staff did not keep the buffet refreshed even though they had these reservations. For example, these desserts were "out": banana pudding, caramel cake, coconut cupcakes, lemon cupcakes, pecan pie leaving slices of buttermilk pie some of which looked old, three crumbling old brownies, and one fresh dessert, blueberry cobbler. Not what one expects in a $20+ buffet. When I went through the hot buffet, several items on the hot bar needed refreshing or removing badly. We were still charged the full and doubled price, not a good value. Lesson learned: ask the price and go early or don't go.
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