I piled on all the stuff that looked tasty including fried chicken, pork rib, mashed potato with gravy, quiche, and a bunch of other stuff I can't identify by memory.
They had some sort of penne in a white cream sauce that actually didn't taste half-bad.
That's the pork rib, and to tell the truth, it wasn't all that bad.
Haha, mac and cheese, I couldn't resist. I had to try it. Once was enough.
This was some sort of cream soup. It might have been clam chowder? I had the cheese and broccoli here once and I felt really guilty after.
The prime rib was most often medium to medium well, and they only have creamy horse radish. I'm personally not a big fan of creamy horse radish, but hey, I only paid 10 bucks for this lunch.
The deserts were on par with Uncle Willy's.
Would I go back to Old Country Buffet? Haha, I have to admit, I've been back a few times already. Like I said, it's not fine dining, much of the menu isn't particularly healthy (well, I bypass the salad section, which is actually quite large), but you're not paying an arm an a leg, so if you think about how much it costs nowadays to eat at Rotten Ronnie's or Burger Thing, then this ain't such a bad deal.