Traveling with the kids we decided to try a some of the smorgasbords in the area. Millers we found to be better, but not by far. There was plenty of food. The variety consisted of your usual country selections, fried chicken, beef dishes, noodles, vegetables, fish etc. Nothing really stands out for being particularly good or bad. We found it is a good way to get kids to try new things without risking having to pay for a plate of food the kids didn't eat.
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