We went here for lunch with visiting family. The first thing I noticed when we walked in was that the tables were crammed close together and that it was very loud. The noise reminded me of the roar of a school cafeteria. As we were led to our seats, it was difficult not to bump into anyone as we made our way through the closely packed tables. When we sat down, we weren't given enough menus and some of us had to share. The food was mostly your standard country fare, which is what you would expect given the theme of the restaurant. It was very difficult to converse with all of the noise around us. I could only hear the people on either side of me, and could neither hear nor be heard by any of the others at the table. The waitress must have had trouble hearing as well, since some of our orders were wrong when they came. Service could have been better. Our waitress was only at our table when she took our order, brought our food, and when we were able to flag her down to refill our drinks. The quality of the food was average and portions were very large. The food wasn't bad, but it wasn't outstanding, either. There was nothing about the meal that would make it worth the discomfort of the noise and constant jostling by people going to or from their tables unless all you are interested in is a lot of food on your plate.