A Runza is a yeast dough pocket filled with a paste of meat- beef or pork, minced cabbage and onion and salt and pepper as seasonings and baked. This is a comfort food the Volga German immigrants brought to Nebraska. Later hamburgers and the other menu items were added. OVERALL= Very Good, considering service, variety, and value. SERVICE= Excellent. The employees were all very friendly. FOOD= Very Good. The basic Runza is plain. If you like spicy food, you would consider this bland, There are options such as the Southwest or the Pepper Jack, but this is something we wanted to try again, as part of our journey. The chili was flavorful, the fries and onion rings are great, and there are hamburgers- but then you would miss the experience of the ethnic food. VALUE= Average. The cost is more than for a hamburger, but then it is a specialty item. ATMOSPHERE=Very Good. Fast food diner- clean, efficient. It's something to try-
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