We came here after an afternoon OU football game, since we drive right past it going home. Fried fish is still as good as it was back in the Furr’s Cafeteria Days!
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Alas, what a disappointing experience. The food was not good at all. Nothing seemed very fresh except the rolls. Everything else on the buffet looked old and depressing. The one bright spot was the service; everyone that worked there was very friendly.
We were visiting in town and this looked like a good place since it was a buffet. It had an okay atmosphere, excellent service in that staff were friendly and kept our dirty dishes picked up but the food was not that good. Most of...More
I am not a big buffet fan, unless it is a salad bar or Chinese food. With that being said, this place is terrible. The food is extremely blan. Yes there is a variety, but for $12 per person there are at least a dozen...More
Unbelievable self service buffet selection. Cannot believe Furr's can make a profit with such a wide variety of foods offered. The food was fresh. I observed the staff changing out food to be sure it was fresh. Flavor was good. Not as good as the...More
An excellent selection of salads, breads, soups, desserts, vegetables and entrees. Local offerings (i.e. fried okra, liver and onions, roast beef). An inviting layout of the buffet tables. Large dining room that would accommodate your extended family yet intimate cubby holes to make you feel...More
We love the Furr's Buffet. So much variety and it is turned frequently enough that food doesn't get stale. Very convenient location next to I-35, and centralized shopping.
This is a local favorite American-style buffet. The selection is relatively large, and the fried chicken was good. Unfortunately, the other items did not live up to the chicken and many of the other items were disappointing.