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· Reviewed August 11, 2017
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What You'll Get
Ancient Egyptians used the Sphinx's broad legs to hold massive tables packed with meatloaf pyramids and vegetable obelisks. Enjoy hearty buffet traditions with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of down-home dining at Country Kitchen in Gonzales. Country Kitchen's all-you-can-consume buffet ($9.50 per person including tax and a drink) serves up fried chicken, baked chicken, assorted veggies, a salad bar, and home-style desserts every day of the week, with specialty entrees making appearances daily. Sunday service includes roast beef and mashed potatoes with gravy, while Monday means barbecue sausage and macaroni 'n' cheese. Other daily dishes include veal cutlets, spaghetti, jambalaya, chicken livers, and shrimp stew, hitting on comfort classics that match the family-friendly dining atmosphere.
- It's taken me FIVE years to find REAL food in the BR area since moving here. Country Kitchen has the best baked chicken, butter beans, smothered turnip greens and rice, and corn bread I've had in YEARS. It's like my Cajun grandma has come back to earth and started cooking Sunday dinner again. − Jay B., Facebook
- Had lunch there today with the Atlas Copco gang, great fried catfish, mmmm good. − Troy M., Facebook
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 Groupon per table, 2 per table of 4 or more. Dine-in only. No cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Country Kitchen
If the wooden tables that stretch across Country Kitchen’s dining room were any less sturdy, they would buckle under the weight of the sizzling platters of Southern fare that chefs trot out for unlimited buffets. Old-time recipes of fried and baked chicken vie for attention alongside a menu of specialties that rotate daily; the weekend’s seafood gumbo and fried catfish give way to succulent barbecued sausages that can spice up any Monday. Southern cuisine is known for its show-stealing sides and desserts, and Country Kitchen delivers in spades on both counts. Fried hush puppies and vegetable dishes refuse to take a backseat to their main-course counterparts, and a dessert bar exudes nostalgia with heaping servings of bread pudding, peach cobbler, and ice cream. Between bites, guests seated under cheerful framed artworks or beside a colorful rooster statue can reminisce about childhoods spent wrestling catfish or plucking ripe morsels of corn bread fresh from the vine.