The Restaurant serves their food at a buffet. It’s all you can eat. As normally happens in these situations, the quality and the flavor is not the highest. They have to offset the cost of giving all you can eat someway.
The ribs were a little fatty, but the fried chicken was very good. I also enjoyed the potato salad.
I’m from Texas, so I always enjoy a beer with my barbecue. No beer served here.
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