My mother turned 80 in October 2017. I wanted to get the family together to celebrate. Looking for a venue at the last minute and not havinng lived in oklahoma for 35+ years left me at a disadvantage. My mother being 80 I was left with the issue that she might not feel like going at the last minute, therefore I did not want to get a caterer. My sister suggested Golden Coral. At the last minute they welcomed us. They provided a place where we could all be together. A place where we wouldn't be bothered and more importantly where we wouldn't bother anyone else as we are a loud family. They took great care of us from the moment we came through the door until we left. The food was great, hot stuff hot and cold stuff cold and tasted great! I cannot brag enough about the food and the staff. They were right on top of every glass that needed refilled, every dirty dish that needed to be cleared away. I can guarantee that everytime we come to OKC we will visit again. Thank you Golden Coral for making what could have easily turned into a disaster a wonderful and memorable event!
20 S Martin Luther King AveOklahoma City, OK 73117
From Business: Since 1975, the Iron Skillet Restaurant has been cooking up fresh food served by friendly folks. From our hand-cut steaks to hand peeled, fresh mashed potatoes, t…
Don't waste your time or money. The staff was nice but the food was terrible. Nothing looked fresh.
My family love Lin's foods. The Sushi and the Mongolian BBQ are the best in town. We go there every Sunday after church.
Closed doors at 9.. says open until 10.
Was the best at dinner lots of sea food we still miss it!
great food, the desert is delicious!
We decided on Golden Corral at this location for Thanksgiving Day Dinner. We arrived about 11:15 AM to a small line of about 8 people out the door. The line moved quickly but quickly formed behind us even faster after we got inside the doors. Within about 15 minutes of line-waiting we got our drinks and paid for our meal, then the REAL wait began. They were completely at FULL capacity and had NO available tables to seat anyone further. So we waited 20 minutes with our drinks in hand to be seated for dinner. Once we got a table (for 5) , the buffet remained completely stocked with all of the traditional Thanksgiving dinner fare in addition to all the steaks, pot roast,meatloaf,, pizza and desserts we could eat . We decided then and there that this was going to be an annual deal for us! Loved the food,,,so fresh and delicious and great wait staff.. If you can arrive early and handle a little wait on MAJOR holidays, which is only to be expected, you won't be disappointed!
has been closed over a year
This is the best Golden Corral around. We always have the best service. The food is always fresh. Trust me they are not all the same. We have been to a couple that was nasty with very rude people working there. This one on Air Depot is the best by far. Our server last night was on the ball. Maginda is her name, That young lady was on fire. Thank you to the Midwest City Golden Corral for the great food and service.
My husband and I went to Lin's today 4 Aug 2011 for the very first time. The only reason I gave them 1 star is because it wouldn't let my post a review without a star. Our meal cost $25.75. By our meal I mean NITHER of us ate anything. The food was cold and most wasn't even cooked. The Glass noodles were like rubber, I could have laced my workboats and worked my 10 hour day and still have good laces. When my husband complained to the waitress, she said we had to talk to the manager. The manager said she TOUCHED all of the food and it was all hot. OK, I ask, when did she pass us to get to the food to touch it? Not to minchen isn't it a bad thing for her to touch all the food? To top it all off the manger said and I quote " We don't want people like you in here" When asked what people, Paying costumers? She didn't answer execpt to tell us to leave. We paid $25.75 for nothing, no food not even our tea that we never got. I told my husband that's probly why we were the only ones in there to begin with.