Having heard about Good & Plenty, my friend and I visited. It's an unusual set-up. You either pay for an all-you-can-eat meal, in which case you have to eat at a table with others (strangers), or you can go into a different part of the restaurant, and choose from the menu. The bill, without tip, was about $23. As I walked up to the counter before my friend, she didn't hear the explanation of the set-up. I was all for choosing from a menu, but she wanted the all-you-can-eat option. Big mistake. Our... appetizers, I suppose you'd call them, were chow-chow, a sweet coleslaw-like dish, apple sauce, and a beef spread (sort of like a tunafish consistency). I tried the applesauce and the chow-chow. What can I say about applesauce? It was, well, applesauce. The chow-chow was okay. My friend didn't care for the meat spread, and neither of us tried the coleslaw. The drinks at the table were water, lemonade, and tea. The entrees that night were pot roast, a ham loaf, and fried chicken. Not a fan of pot roast myself, but my friend liked it. Neither of us cared for the ham loaf. The chicken was okay. The vegetables were corn, peas, mashed potatoes, and... I don't recall if there was something else. The peas and corn were fine. There were condiments on the table... cottage cheese, and two others. (Sorry, I'm blanking.) I didn't try any of them. The desserts were shoo fly pie, apple pie, an individual cheesecake (plain, or with a blueberry topping), chocolate ice cream, vanilla ice cream, and orange sherbet. I passed on the shoo fly pie, and the cheesecake. (I like cheesecake, but it would have entailed me asking the waitress for a plain one as they were scooped up first.) The apple pie - it had a crumb crust, rather than a pie crust tasted like something you'd pick up (well, I wouldn't. At least not more than once.) at a cheap supermarket. The orange sherbet was fine. My friend said that the cheesecake tasted like it had been refrigerated for a few days, and the ice creams (she had vanilla and chocolate) were tasteless and icy. What made it worse was our table companions. As you are served family-style (bowls, platters, and pitchers are passed around the table for you to serve yourself), you have to ask others to pass this or that. My friend and I were at a table with a family of six, and more often than not we had to ask two times when we wanted to have an item passed to us.
While I can't opine on the rest of the facility, I won't be going back because of my experience for the food ticket side of the facility. I thought it was over priced, the food was average, and the "service" (depending on table partners to pass on the food) was sub-par.
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