“A wonderful experience!” This place is marvelous. I stopped in here on my way through Tucson and was amazed. I was really hungry but lately I am trying to eat smarter (I'm not getting any younger and just like to feel better). To my delight the all you can eat buffet was loaded with quite a selection of mouthwatering yet very healthy and natural main dishes, soups and a fabulous salad bar (beware - the deserts are tempting!). They have your standard american foods and many international dishes as well (Indian, Italian, Mexican, Nepali, Oriental, etc.) The weather in Tucson in November is great so I ate on the patio which is complete with palm trees, fountains, exotic birds and many friendly people. At all you can eat for $9.99 you get a great value on real home-cooked healthy food. Govinda's proves that you don't have to sacrifice great taste (or even decadence) to eat healthy! I loved it. If I lived in Tucson I would come here often. Jim Champion Visited November 2014
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If you're looking for a great place to have dinner in Oro Valley, check out Harvest on La Canada and Lambert. This restaurant has a seasonal menu and they buy most of their product from local growers. Not only is the service top notch, but the food is affordable and delicious. Try the gnocchi and empenadas- you will not be disappointed!!
We found Lovin' Spoonfuls while passing through Tucson and ordered the Route 66 Bacon Cheese Burger, Golden Nuggets, Chefs Salad, Shoestring French Fries, and Carrot Cake. Everything was delicious and filling. We will definitely stop here again when we are in the area.
I love the food. from lasagna to salads, every plate has a delectable taste. the service is good and the ambience is relaxing. the perfect place to go after work or on a free day.
Awesome place i will for sure come back and bring my whole family this time the steak is cooked to perfection