My family has dined here for over 20 years. Not much has changed. The fried fish has always been a favorite. The buffet is somewhat bland and not a large selection. The price is reasonable, and the service for the most part is good. the restaurant is really showing it's age, and not in a good way. In the 1990s I would highly recommend this place, but now with some many other restaurants nearby this place is not even in contention. Either tyis place needs to build a niche market, improve on its course entrees / restaurqnt ambience or fade in the sunset. There are still a large amount of old loyal customers, but I doubt this restaurant will be able to entice many new customers. I hope Russell's make the improvements as it's one of the few remaining family owned restaurants in the area.