We checked out the buffet for lunch time. It really did not look horrible to us: pulled pork, fried fish, chicken, and a couple of other entrees; typical salad selection for a small buffet, a small selection of desserts. The food appeared fresh and was not unappealing. For $9.50 it was a so-so value. We chose to get the 2-for$20 8 oz. ribeye dinner at the other restaurant. It was, well, about what I would label a "$10 ribeye." Thin, seasoned nicely, cooked right, but chewy. Definitely not prime meat. A baked potato and typical corn, no salad, and one breadstick accompanied it. We wouldn't return to eat at this casino. Not the worst we have experienced by any means (that honor goes to one in southern South Dakota as well as one in Laughlin, Nevada, where the food simply was not good in any sense.)
The service? Mostly curt and efficient with the exception of one frriendly hostess at the restaurant. Don't expect cuddles here.
- Also Known As:
- Shooting Star Casino And Hotel
- Shooting Star Hotel Mahnomen