If you're not particular about cholesterol and calories, I'd recommend lunch at Buffleheads. The staff is very nice, portions are huge, fries are exceptionally good, and prices reasonable. Dinner prices are hefty and in my opinion you don't get much value for the money. I was disappointed in the lack of lighter fare. On a hot summer day, I'd appreciate something that wasn't smothered in melted cheese or a cheese sauce (as much as I like cheese). The Buffleheads dinner of "summer chicken" is a whole breast of chicken swimming in a thick soup of cheese, the flavors of which do not complement the other. The dinner salmon was likewise smothered in a heavy sauce and hadn't been sufficiently deboned. The corn on the cob was either old or overcooked (starchy, flavorless) hadn't been properly cleaned and had tons of silk clinging to it, not just a few stray pieces. Considering that the corn was plopped into the sauce on the plate it was hard to remove the hairs before buttering and eating it. The baked potato served with the meal was OK, but corn and potato on the same plate - both starches - with no vegetable? Not a good choice. Serving extra huge portions does not make up for lack of quality in preparation. All in all, I might return for lunch sometime, but not for dinner.
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