This is not the casino buffet of old. There was everything imaginable! It’s very pretty as well. A server takes care of your drinks and dish clearing. They do have a bar but I think you have to go up to the bar for alcohol – otherwise the soft drinks are included.
Then – the meat! there was fried chicken, bbq chicken, popcorn shrimp and the churrasco meat like you see at that expensive Brazilian steakhouse. I only tried the shrimp – but I think I ate half that pan. I had actually gone through once and then found the Rhineland area – and was so excited SHRIMP!!!! I love that stuff.
There’s also a lot of “home cooking” selections. The pot roast was DELICIOUS! I wish I could get their recipe – it fell apart – so good. And the sauce was just as good as the beef. I’m seriously jonesing for it! I also tried a couple of meatballs – delicious! They were moist and not too heavy. Yum! They had a wide variety of fresh breads and rolls – once I told Larry there were pretzel sticks – he was on it! Then if you want something simple – you can get a fish sandwich or cheeseburger as well – something for everyone for sure!
And then – my happy place – dessert world. There is Graeter’s ice cream, made-to-order crepes and every little happy dessert you can think of. My favorites by a landslide were the chocolate mousse (top) and the creme brulee – it was perfect creme brulee. I might have eaten three of them. Maybe.
All in all – I loved our dinner at Spread Buffet – we definitely left full (so so full!!!!) and I would go definitely go again – although it’s hard to turn down Bobby’s Burger 🙂 The prices at the buffet range from $15.99 (Total Rewards members get a small discount) – $27.99 (weekend night, no TR card).
But our night wasn’t over…
Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Horseshoe Casino. All opinions are my own.