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Thursday, May 5, 2011

Golden Corral

Golden Corral
When the King and I were driving down to Philadelphia the other day I noticed a sign for the Golden Corral off exit 37 of I-95. I didn't realize it was there. It probably opened up recently.

We've been down that road many times over the years and I always take notice of all the details on the road so I'm prepared if and when the time allows for me to take advantage of an opportunity.

Since we got a really fast game we had plenty of time to indulge in a quality meal.

On our way back towards Trenton, NJ we got off the exit and drove a mile West and on the right side of the road in a shopping center there it was right in the town of Bensalem, PA.

As they say there and I quote "help yourself to happiness". That's a perfect way to put it.

I strongly suggest if and when you decide to give it a try that you come with an empty stomach that needs a major fill up. Unlike the gas prices these days, here you get your money's worth and plenty more regardless of how much you decide to eat.

They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner during the different times of the day.

They offer a one price all you can eat deal. For example, dinner cost us a mere $11.49 plus tax. How can you beat that in this day and age.

They cater to all walks of life in particular to families with little kids. That way people can afford to eat out and they can eat until their heart's content. People who go there love to eat and why not. After all, life is short why not enjoy the ride while it lasts. I won't say go there everyday but once in a while is fine and dandy.

As for the food they offer, they have a wide variety of choices so you should have no problem finding something to eat.

In addition, since you can get all you can eat, it's a perfect way to sample different kinds of food to see if you can expand your eating menu in the future.

As for the food, they have a number of different stations set up for you to line up and pick and choose what you want to have at that moment.

First of all, you can start with a soup or a salad. They have different rolls and cornbread too.

Secondly, for the main course you can choose from a number of different items such as steak, ribs, fish, chicken, pizza or pasta. In other words, an All American feast.

Thirdly, they have numerous vegetables to pick from. They include broccoli, cauliflower, corn and brussel sprouts to name some. In addition, they have baked and mashed potatoes as well.

Last but not least you should make sure you leave some room for dessert. They have a nice selection of pies, cakes, cookies and ice cream to choose from.

I think I covered all the bases. Needless to say, you can't go wrong.

Thank you for reading and following along.

Yours truly,

Gary Herman

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