I've just spent a weekend in Chicago, where I had the most glorious Italian food I've eaten in ages. (See my review on another page ...) So, by comparison, Burnstad's is nothing to write home about. My mustard-glazed salmon was cooked nicely, the undressed steamed broccoli and carrots were also cooked nicely, and the very white rice was ... very white. It was a healthy meal, nothing to complain about, but leagues away from big-city cuisine.
Having said that, the only other choices in Tomah are trough-style buffets, really awful Asian food (I'm afraid of what ingredients they're really using) and your basic burger 'n fries drive-throughs. So, if you find yourself staying in Tomah longer than for the obligatory interstate rest break, you'll appreciate Burnstad's quality fare. But if a true dining experience is what you seek, keep heading south on the interstate until you've hit the Windy City.
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