Not quite what I expected. They offer a buffet for $12.
The beef brisket seemed pretty tender, the ribs had a lot of meat on them. However, the taste of the ribs at a Texas BBQ place is quite different than that of Tony Roma’s.
The sides were really nothing to write home about… Not bad, but nothing special. Choices were limited too to potato salad, beans, and coleslaw. Bread was store-bought sliced loaves.
This is a good place if you want to go to a buffet for an inexpensive price. If you want the whole experience, though, which includes good sides and good bread, then this doesn’t seem to be the place.