The menu boards and advertising are alluring with the prospect of real food after all the other burger and bar fare in town. Best part of the experience was eating off real plates, drinking out of real glasses and using metal silverware. The ribs are so overcooked they didn't stay on the bone and are tasteless on top of being dried out and tough, takes a glass of water to get one small one down easily. The chicken is dark from being cooked in grease that doesn't seem to have been changed in months and dried inside to the consistency of jerky. The spaghetti and tasteless sauce out of the can had been sitting out in the heat tray for so long that the noodles were begging to dry out and turn hard, sticking to the sides and bottom of the pan in drying puddles of sauce. Fortunately they couldn't screw up the sausage and canned sauer kraut. The cabbage and meat rolls were tasty. The cooked vegetables were the consistency of baby food mush and the corn on the cob far too water logged to eat. The saving grace were the various salads in the salad bar. The service was excellent and efficient. The waitress extremely friendly and helpful.
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