Each time I return to the Sizzler, I am
delighted with the choices offered. The prices are more than reasonable and I am never disappointed by the food. The servers are always quick to replenish the foods on the buffet, yet are equally observant of our table's needs.I look forward to my next visit.
Best salad bar around, hands down..
I love the sizzler chain, but unfortunately this is the only location in my area, but I still try to stop by on a regular basis. Its such a great value for 10$ you get a steak and all you can eat salad bar, I don't even eat steak but usually get it anyways and just end up giving it to someone else to take home. Salad bar comes with pasta and taco choices. It also has unsual items like hearts of palm and whole avocados. I thoroughly enjoy a good salad bar and find that there just aren't many around so this one gets my vote. Seems to have options for everyone though so its a good place to take a group as well.
I don't appreciate hearing the manger Tran talking about offensive acts between two men with cooks. Must be understood that custmers can hear servers and managers talking to the cooks thru the open doorway by the salad bar. I was very offened to hear the extent of what he was saying. Lucky i didnt have my children with me at the saladbar. I will never go to another sizzler again.
Comfortable family restaurant serves up grilled steaks, seafood and a mammoth salad bar.. In Short Established in California in 1958, this all-American chain is decked out with stone accents, dark woods, and classic photography that hearkens back to the restaurant's beginnings. The original menu featured four steak options; today, guests choose from steaks, burgers and sandwiches, St. Louis-style pork ribs, and signature "sizzlin' platters" of garlic-herb chicken or grilled seafood. The famous salad bar offers more than 90 items, including desserts and hot appetizers.