For some folks, "all you can eat" are the magic words to happiness. And, if you're looking for a midwestern, home-style buffet - this is a pretty good one. It's got an expansive salad bar with lots of sides, a carving board (usually carrying ham and beef when I've been there), fish, and a table full of goopy deserts.
Of course, when you're eating at a large buffet restaurant, you don't expect the finest quality. And some of the buffets that I've been to have been absolutely ghastly. Well, you can relax. The food is nothing to write home about, but it isn't bad.
Bottom line? If you like buffets like this, you'll probably be happy.
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