We had lunch there day 1 of our trip, the Prime Rib sandwich with sauteed onion, peppers, and mushrooms. BIG YUM! and the pork tenderloin sandwich came in 2nd place. The fries were a little salty for our taste, but crisp and hot,. (the iced tea, unsweetened, was a little weak). Next day we stopped back in for dinner on our way out of town, and tried their buffet: salad bar (typical), prime rib, (not warm enough) roast pork (not warm enough), fried shrimp (very good), deep fried chicken, (very good, but a little salty). 2 types of mash, gravy, buns, typical fare. I'd recommend them if you order off the menu, but I'd pass on the buffet.