- Published on Saturday, October 12 2013 2:30 PM
Written by Jessica Covert
Posted by Mark Ruda
Branson Buffets Let You Get Your Fill
When traveling with your family, you want to get the most value for your dollar. You especially don’t want to spend a fortune trying to feed everyone’s appetite. Before you settle for fast food again, take a look at some of Branson’s best buffet restaurants.
Papa Grand’s PizzaWhen you have kids along for the ride, sometimes simple and kid-friendly are musts. Papa Grand’s Pizza is the perfect buffet option for families. They offer 12 different kinds of pizza, including spinach, Hawaiian, and classics like pepperoni and cheese. Papa Grand’s also offers take-out pizza if you need to eat and run. For the adults, there is a full salad bar for you to build your perfect salad accompaniment. Dessert pizzas are available, but you can also step over to Glenn’s Frozen Custard to get a sweet treat. From sundaes to concretes, Glenn’s has a variety of mix-in’s so you can create your own favorite. An adult buffet is $7.49, child buffet is $3.99, and children under 4 are free with a paying adult.
Panda HouseIf you’re hungry for Chinese, look no further than Panda House. Located at 2130 Highway 248 in Branson, Panda House has a fruit and salad bar, plus a variety of Chinese entrées on their hot buffet. Enjoy egg drop soup, cashew chicken, moo goo gai pan, spicy general chicken, and more. Their drive-thru also makes it easy and convenient to grab food on the run. Combo meals are available, and lunch specials are served daily from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Prices range from $3.99 to $7.99 and a buffet is served daily.
Sunday Brunch at the Keeter Center at College of the OzarksKnown as a hidden treasure here in the Ozarks, the Keeter Center is located on the campus of College of the Ozarks. On Sundays, the Keeter Center offers a spectacular Sunday Brunch that features everything you could ask for. A breakfast buffet offers eggs, campus raised bacon and sausage, breakfast potatoes, and a variety of miniature muffins and pastries. A salad bar is offered with a variety of greens and dressings, along with cheeses and crackers. Lunch entrees are also offered, and include the chef’s choice of dishes. Hand-crafted pasta is also available, along with fresh Belgian waffles, made-to-order omelets. The crown jewel of the brunch is the magnificent array of desserts displayed as you enter the dining room. Call 417-690-2146 to make reservations or go online to keetercenter.edu. The Keeter Center is also open Monday through Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. for lunch and 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. for dinner. Reservations are highly recommended.
Grand Country BuffetFor an all-American buffet, look no further than the Grand Country Buffet. Reminiscent of Sundays at Grandma’s house, this extraordinary buffet offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner for your entire family. Breakfast features fresh eggs, cereals, yogurt, bacon, sausage, potatoes and more on their hot and cold food bars. Lunch and dinner offer you entrees like slow cooked roasts and ham, mashed potatoes, and a variety of fruits and veggies. Fresh baked breads and desserts are also on the menu at Grand Country. Breakfast is $7.49, lunch is $8.99, and dinner is $12.49 Monday through Saturday. Sunday Brunch is $10.99, and children are $4.99.
So if you’re looking for a buffet for you to get your fill, check out any of these Branson buffets to fill up on whatever you’re craving.