We stopped here for lunch on our way through the area and decided to try the smorgasbord so we could taste a bit of everything. This is a nice family restaurant, with lots of seating. It was spotlessly clean and the service was outstanding. We were made to feel welcome by both the people in the gift shop area and our server. The salad bar was excellent; it was very fresh, with a wide selection of components. There were several soups to choose from, and they all smelled really good, but we didn't try them because we needed to have room for the buffet. The buffet had many standbys like turkey and mashed potatoes, as well as some things I had never tried, like ham balls. I will say that, while good, nothing on the buffet was outstanding or really unique except the baked corn, of which I could've eaten an entire bowl. We expected desserts to be really good since they sell baked goods there, but they were just okay. There was a variety of puddings which were all just this side of not-quite-yummy, though the lemon sponge pie was pretty tasty. We tend to like big flavors in our food and there weren't any here, but everything was fresh, clean, and good.
They had a choice of the buffet or a soup/salad/bread option, and the breads we tried were tasty ( and included an offering of a few cheeses) so I think if we returned we would probably stick to that rather than the buffet. I would give the buffet food here 3 stars, but the salad bar, the staff, the reasonable prices ($15 for Saturday lunch buffet) and the charm of the restaurant definitely earns them 4. Watching the horses and buggies go by out the window definitely helped as well.
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