Service was good here with the older lady that was very busy. Food here was awful and overpriced. Sea food buffet was terrible and just food to eat but no quality.
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We visited Country Time Dining because it was close to our motel and we thought we'd try someplace that wasn't a chain restaurant. Very poor decision!! We looked the buffet over, but opted to order off the menu because it just didn't look appetizing. Our...More
We were visiting the folk center and wanted to eat somewhere near it. The closest non chain restaurant was Smokin Country so we gave it a shot. That was a bad decision. The cornbread was hard as a rock. The brisket was nearly burned. The...More
We visited here on a Sunday morning when it seemed as if everything else was closed. There was a buffet but our family opted for the breakfast menu. We got biscuits, gravy, hash browns, omelets, etc. The portions were great. Only two drawbacks: 1). One...More
Nothing fancy here, just a good down home eating place. Choose the buffet for a build-your-own plate lunch with typical Southern food items or order a terrific burger off the menu. Don't pass on dessert. Almond Joy pie is a must. Friendly folks, good food.
Just about fell over when we saw the ticket. We have a large family but the child's buffet prices are ridiculous!!!! 6.99 for a 4 yr old not including the drink really???? Wish it was more affordable, we live here but can't eat there.
Typical Friday night buffet with fish, shrimp, and country cooking foods. All you can eat crab legs for an added cost which was a little too rich for us this trip.
When we arrived at this restaurant, the parking lot was almost full, so we thought the food would be good. Well, the buffet was horrible!!! The shrimp and fish tasted like they were fried in motor oil. The salad bar was mostly lettuce with several...More
The food is always good and if you can't do salt they will cook it the way you can eat it. and keep your drink refilled to keep you coming back.