Pizza was ok but not great. There's a pizza buffet that comes with the salad bar. Better than some of the local options but don't expect anything great. It felt like the buffet at Pizza Hut.
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Came to the area with the son and grandson for an overnight stay. This place was found on Trip Advisor and we were in the mood for Italian. In addition to an assortment of pizzas on a buffet table, you could also get a few...More
We stopped because not much open on Sunday. We had the buffet. Not a big main course selection mostly pizza. No lasagna, pasta, or breadsticks on the buffet the day we stopped. Minimal salad bar but was fresh. I would only return if everything else...More
The pizza and pasta at this restaurant is mouth watering, especially when they put out the buffet. Inside the establishment is homey and a good atmosphere for families, couples, and business meetings. One other aspect that stood out to me is the social responsibility as...More
So our hotel suggested Turtleini's as did several websites, and there is not much in the area so we went for it. If you do not want the pizza buffet be prepared to wait for a while. That said, they food was fine. My son...More
We stayed in the area for two days to visit Mammoth Cave. Unfortunately the food selection in the area is subpar. Almost all of it is fast food with few family or local restaurants. No fine dining whatsoever. But we found Turtleini's and it had...More
Never in a million years would I have thought the BEST pizza I've ever eaten would be freshly handmade and served daily in Kentucky. I had the Capone Pizza--it was perfect! My husband had the lasagna--he's still talking about how fresh and meaty it was.