Duluth >Old Country Buffet
Terrible Service.. Don't get me wrong the food is great but, first off, you have to pay for a "drink bar" to get unlimited drinks. I must say I have been to the Duluth OCB at least ten times and every time I have been there one of the flavors were always out of the ICEE machine. When I went to OCB this past Sunday, I was excited because I was hungry and the first plate of food was delicious. But after that, all the food I was looking to eat was all gone. No potato wedges, regular fries, fried chicken, mashed potatoes, orange chicken and I am not exaggerating. It took them 20 minutes to bring this food out and some of the food they just left empty. But by the time they finally did bring out the food I was full from the other foods so I was very displeased. They also only had plates on some ends of the buffet and the forks were very scarce. Overall, terrible time there.
Self-service restaurant satisfies budget-conscious families with all-you-can-eat, all-American home-style cooking..
A strip-mall mainstay throughout U.S. suburbs, this buffet-style restaurant caters to ravenous families who pay a flat per-head fee for all the comfort food they can chow down. Serving stations present everything from fried chicken to shrimp scampi, macaroni and cheese to steamed veggies. A do-it-yourself dessert bar allows diners to make their own sugary indulgence from a supply of brownies and cakes, syrupy toppings and multiple flavors of soft-serve ice cream.
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