We asked a couple of locals where to eat lunch and they both recommended Dienner's. It's an Pennsylvania Dutch buffet and full service restaurant, just down the street from the more popular Miller's Restaurant. Better priced (so they said, though we didn't compare) with a full soup, salad, entree and dessert buffet, Dienner's staff was friendly, attentive and efficient. No strange dishes, just wholesome farm food - fresh salad fixin's, plus roast beef, fried chicken, baked ham and a dozen or more side dishes for the main course. Lots of parking. About 15 minutes from the Railroad Museum where we spent most of the day.