I went for the first time on a night where a aBirthday party was going on, in a private room, opp. the bar. I sat at a table in the bar area and ordered a lobster dish which included s lams and scallops along with a bowl of yellow rice. I asked the server 'what's your specialty' ? and this is why i chose this plate.The meal also came with (fresh that day,acc. to waitess)portuguese rolls,and a salad. I tend to drink too much coke,so i had to ask several X's for refills, cause glasses started out small, but it seemed got bigger at every refill.I plan on going back, and getting something different, to satisfy my pallet. The seafood dish delious,service pretty good(even though they were also working the party) and price for me was around $25 bucks.Since i eat out too much,i would like to try their daily buffet,when i am in the area again.Parking is plenty, cause not knowing the place( indian orchard, so check the correct main st. if you go on your g p.s.) i parked against the wooden barrier facing out, in the lot where its lit up pretty well. I gave it stars because usually i ask' is this alot of food?' , but i was still hungry. I went to 99 restaurant where there was live entertainment that night, and shelled out. another $10 for dessert and coffee and went home. The waitress said buffet was $10 m-th, and $12 on friday€ but thats a guess) So wear your cowboy boots and a flannel, cause i heard country music on the jukebox from my arrival to departure( but i think they have other songs on the ' box'. I had a good time , and if you go during the day, please visit The Titanic museum just a few blocks up the same st. Now, that would make a great afternoon date. (i believe the caretaker there said there' s only 2 privately owned museums in the country, and we have one right here in spfld., ma.Please watch the movie first, write your questions down, and go...( The elderly caretaker is very very knowledgeable on this tragedy. I have no ' dog in the fight', i just want people to know about this jem, and most of us don' t(thanks for going and bringing the children too).