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Business Description
Golden Corral, founded in 1973, is a family-style restaurant that offers a variety of dining options. Its menu includes hot carved meat, pasta, pizzas and vegetables, as well as a salad bar. The restaurant also features macaroni, mashed potatoes, breaded shrimp, steak burgers, buttered noodles and barbecue pork. Golden Corral s Brass Bell Bakery and Dessert Caf serves fresh-baked goods and desserts, such as yeast rolls, cookies and fudge brownies. Its locations also offer private meeting rooms for customers. Golden Corral owns and operates more than 480 company-owned and franchised restaurants in over 35 U.S. states. The restaurant has locations in various cities, including Dallas.

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all major credit cards, discover, master card, visa, amex
Price Range
Southwest Dallas, Winnetka Heights

Golden Corrall

Buffet Restaurants, Restaurants, American Restaurants, Family Style Restaurants
Other Information

Good For Groups: Yes

Attire: Casual

Take Out: Yes

Cuisines: Buffets, Family Style, American

Alcohol: No

Bike Parking: No

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No

Price Range : Average


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I have never reviewed any restaurant in my life. But I have to say this place is absolutely horrible. And I love food. All the food was either cold or hard. I will never go back here. 50$ for my family to eat and nobody liked it. Skip it.


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We went on a weekend for lunch, bad move. Food servers also bus the tables (do they wash their hands between bussing & serving?) I saw no evidence of it. Most tables were a mess as it is impossible for any server to keep up with the huge turnover of customers (a mismanagement issue) The food was unappetizing to the eye and didn't look fresh. I chose fried chicken hoping the hot grease neutralized any germs.The men's bathroom would scare the most jaded truck driver and on that day could be smelled in the dining room. I got a look at the kitchen through the door and it honestly didn't look much better. Seeing a kid remove a buger from his nose and stick it up the ice cream dispenser was the last screaming straw. My personal opinion is that buffets in general are nasty (think of all the hands touching those tongs before you) and this reinforced my decision to avoid them altogether.

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