We visit Lancaster frequently and have tried many of the pricier buffets in the area. We decided to try Dienner's based on strong Urban Spoon reviews and were not disappointed. It was substantially cheaper than nearby Miller's and we were all happy with our lunch for the $9.99 we paid. Salad bar had the basics; both soups (Amish staple Chicken Corn soup and Vegetable beef) were very tasty. Main courses were decent (not terrific, but we've not had a buffet meal yet where the main courses knocked our socks off), although my teenage daughters ate more of the side dishes (butter noodles, vegetables in butter... not for the health-conscious! I actually would have rated this three stars (just average) had it not been for the excellent dessert selection. I literally tried a spoonful of everything available and was pleasantly surprised by the quality and variety. The pumpkin layered dessert (forget the name) was terrific and there were a lot of options (beyond the requisite jello and puddings that all buffets seem to favor!). Plenty of different pies, a make-your-own sundae station, and four or five cobbler-type warm desserts (apple cobbler, molten brownies, the pumpkin one, an oreo dessert, a chocolate/applesauce one, etc.). Good bang for your buck and a nice meal with family in a pleasant, casual setting.