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All appetites are satisfied with the conventional breakfast buffet that has many hot and cold selections. Take your pick of our tasty collections of meats, fruits, salads, vegetables, bakery fresh breads and desserts.
An adventure reminiscent of dinner at Grandma’s home, dining in Grand Country Buffet is one of best experiences in Branson. Slow-roasted, succulent ham and roast is hand carved for you so can you fill your plate. Enjoy meat options, vegetables, fruits, salads, fresh baked breads, bakery desserts, ice cream sundae bar and much more!
If you’re on vacation, they’ll make you feel like home. Take your pick of home cooked, refreshing foods from sandwiches to baked products, many meats and spicy dishes, a tasty soup bar and let’s not forget the desserts and biscuits! Or have a little bit of everything. Everything is beautifully delicious. . .as always!
The breakfast buffet is going to keep you busy and fill your stomach with a rich choice of breakfast options. Assortments of foods that include biscuits and sausage, sandwiches as well as a variety of fruit tarts to satisfy your sweet tooth.
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Have a look at the fudge store while there. They have a fantastic assortment of fudge.
As Brunch goes, you can not get any better! They had a skillet along with a yogurt pub with any sort of fixings you might desire. An omelet cart with a myriad of toppings. There were a lot of breakfast choices! Toast (apple butter with mine), breakfast meats (like sausage patties, bacon, links, and chicken tenders), great ol’ fashioned grits, scrambled eggs, breakfast casserole, sticky rolls, biscuits and two kinds of gravy, along with a range of breakfast sandwiches and pastries. The pastry was really flaky and ideal. So good you’d never had guessed that it out of a breakfast buffet.
Here’s what people are saying:
“When entering the building it resembles an indoor market, that was sort of cool and we had been given the choice to eat indoors or outside in their “terrace”. We’d enjoyed the Cajun music collection. Our host, Matt, was fantastic. He checked on us regularly to warm our java and then fill our water.”
Website : http://www.grandcountry.com/restaurants
7am – 7pm (Sun)