Houston, TX 77024
- Sun 9am-9pm, Mon-Thu 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm
- All Major Credit Cards
- Smoking, Takeout, Delivery, Catering, Order Online, Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly, Family Style
- Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
- Recommended for Large Parties, Accepted
- Lot Available
Houston Press' Description
Don't be put off by all the kids and seniors eating here. This popular Spring Branch location of the modest restaurant chain is the ne plus ultra of salad-and-soup buffets. Nothing in the salad line ever looks the least bit wilted or desiccated, and the soups taste like a fantasy mom's finest, with at least one vegetarian selection always available. The made-to-order pasta bar is only passable, but the bakery offers a delightful variety of bread, rolls and muffins. Baked potatoes of a manageable size and even baked sweet potatoes are available for those fearless of carbohydrates.
Tips from foursquare
these sneeze guards are amazing
buffet salad, soups, pasta, mac and cheese, and dessert!
My daughter loves this place - buffet salad, soup, mac and cheese, pizza, bread, and all the stuff children eat! Oh yummy desserts, and the menu rotates every week or so. Avoid lunchtime.
Mondays = mushroom soup, Fridays = clam chowder; Always fresh, hot, & delicious! Gets very busy during lunch and they also accept coupons off your mobile phone so u don't have to print it!
The menu changes every month as they focus in different flavors. The online coupon deals basically add up to free drinks; sucks if you only drink water.
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