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General Info
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 Universal City, Texas.

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Extra Phones

Phone: (210) 659-1388

Fax: (210) 659-1388

Payment method
all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa, diners club
Price Range

Golden Corral Buffet & Grill

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

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: No

Attire: Casual

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Buffets, Family Style, American

Alcohol: No

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No


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John M.



I've been to a golden corral once. Not this one, no but you could imagine the layout was typical to the golden corral standards. My then girlfriend of 2 years at the time was with me. It was a special night because I planed to ask for her hand in marriage. So I hid the ring in her mash potatoes and waited. She discovered the ring as it ripped her esophagus and tore through the delicate lining of her stomach and upper intestine. She was pronounced dead on the scene. Ill never forget the pork chops though. They were so freaking tasty I've been waiting for the appropriate time to go back and I think tonight's the night. Daddy's comin home to pork chop heaven baby.



Dedicated server

I'm a server at this location, and I must say that even though the hourly wage sucks we do make good tips,but that depends from day to day. I love coming home everyday with cash in my pocket!! :-)
Some of the customers dont tip very well, but it's ok because it doesnt bring me down.



$25/2 people = worth it

Uhhhhnnn! I'm stuffed!!

Some of the food you could tell wasn't from the highest quality pre-processed food stuffs, like the brownies weren't the best I've ever had. I don't think there was any error in making them, it just tasted like it wasn't quality ingredients that went into it. On the other hand, the dinner rolls were spectacular. The meat was excellent!!--all of the meats. Both the pork & the beef pot roasts fell apart with a fork and tasted delicious; comparable to a wedding reception.

The servers were your typical 16-20 year old girls, and had all of the unprofessionalism that goes with youth. The one gal kept singing to her friends, out of tune, then complained to them loudly later that she's "still" trying to land a recording contract. That episode annoyed the s*** out of me. They were friendly and mostly attentive, even for a Friday night. But, if you have kids, it is the place to go. Huge food variety. Plenty for the kids to turn their nose up at and still manage to eat a good meal. They even had rice krispie treats.

Downside, no beer.

Definitely worth stuffing myself stupid there again.

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