Nothing exciting, nothing horrid. The $9.99 prime rib special is shockingly good quality, with a precisely cooked slice, a pile of fresh veggies, and perfectly lumpy Yukon gold mashed potatoes.
Breakfast can be iffy. My waffles are inevitably burned. The steak and eggs special after midnight features an adorable, juicy flatiron steak with potatoes, eggs and toast for $6.
Service is friendly but can be scattered and slow.
It works for what it is, and my meals are always always comped, so I am appreciative.