We have tried the food here a few times before with B1G1 coupons and have not been impressed. We heard they had a Saturday night Prime Rib buffet for $15 and for $4 more you could add all you can eat crab legs. The setting was very nice, there was no wait and the food on the buffet all looked very good. Out first surprise was a place-card on the table informing us that there was a hour limit at the table. In my mind that is not a lot of time for a buffet and a relaxing cup of coffee and conversation. The salad bar was very good with a nice selection, There were 5-6 pre-made salads/slaws, the only that enticed me was the fruit salad at the end of the meal. The hot buffet had potato wedges, pasta, mashed potatoes and a veggie medley and the chef carved prime rib. I am a crab fan but I did try a little (very little) of each. The veggies looked great but were totally bland with no seasoning at all. The pasta was very good. The rest was standard buffet food. All of it was luke warm at best. My husband tried the soup and it it was very good but closer to cold than warm. We noticed that others must have said something since it was removed and warmed up later. The crab legs were a total joke. They were more like crab pieces and they did not have crackers. If we were brought 2 legs total it would be a surprise. We requested more within minutes. That was the last we saw of our server for 20 minutes. We finally asked another server and were brought a double order within 5 minutes. When our server returned mu husband asked for more. I gave up and went to get some desert. They had several bars and 1 slice of spice cake. They had signs for cheese cake bu none were in sight. When I returned to the table I hear our neighbors asking for the cheese cake and were told they ran out. Oh well. Around the time I was done my husband got his crab pieces. Thank goodness they did not enforce the hour limit because our time was up before we got the original re-order of crab. All in all nothing was really bad....but nothing was really good either. Everything was cool, they ran out of the deserts except the bars and the prime rib and crab were VERY small portions. For $20 I can find much better places to eat. It seems like others had a much better experience than we did so I guess it is a coin flip.
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