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by Amber Autumn
March 5, 2006
The Sunday Buffet brings in the church crowds, as it promises eggs and all things breakfast from 10 in the morning to 3pm. It was about $13.95 a person, but the buffet was well worth it.
From journal Houston, Big and Exciting
January 28, 2003
From journal Weekend in Houston
Walkertown, North Carolina
July 1, 2002
Everything on the menu is delicious, and the portions are huge. My personal favorite is the Crawfish combination, which includes both Crawfish Etoufee and fried crawfish, but there is such a huge variety of foods, everybody can find what they want. The gumbos and chowders are to-die-for. If you have never had fried gator, you need to try this too. And no, it doesn't taste like chicken.
Can't decide what to get? Order the sampler and try it all. Hmm...if you aren't a big eater, maybe two of you should order the sampler.
Once you have gorged yourself on the delicious meal, they bring the desert tray around...oh, my...if you didn't save room, get one to go. These people know how to make desert!
This is a popular restaraunt, and fills up fast. Come early to beat the dinnertime rush, and make reservations if you want, but they aren't required.
Remember, bring your appetite!
From journal Good Eating in Houston