We visited this restaurant while staying at the Quality Inn in Ames, IA. When we arrived, there were no other patrons in the establishment. It is a large facility, so I figured that, since it was Thursday night, it was probably a much busier place on the weekends. The waitress was friendly and the food was good, just not great. I had the grilled chicken sandwich, which was probably a frozen breast before it was cooked. Rather bland, so I added the spicy bbq sauce to give it some flavor. My wife had the Cod sandwich and said it was OK. We both agreed that the fries were pretty good. I would suggest that the restaurant check their menu, do some social media advertising and get a crowd on the non traditional days.
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