The Grand Country Buffet may not be the best meal you’ll ever have, but it sure will be plentiful, with enough variety to keep most everyone in the family happy. In addition to a salad bar and dessert station, the dinner buffet offers fruits, vegetables like green beans and carrots, freshly baked breads, side dishes from macaroni and cheese to mashed potatoes, and main dishes that may include roast beef, ham, barbecued ribs, fried shrimp and catfish, pork tenderloin, meatloaf or fried chicken.
Breakfast buffets feature both light and traditional choices from yogurt and cereals to eggs and bacon, while the lunch buffet offers both hot and cold entrees for people on the go.
In short, reasonable prices make this is a good option whether you want to dine in a hurry or fill up til they have to carry you out the door. Note that the Grand Country Buffet is in the Grand Country Resort, a good lodging option for families with its indoor waterpark, theater with live shows, indoor black-light mini-golf, bumper cars and video arcade.