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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Satisfaction Buffet in Hard Rock Biloxi

We went out to Hard Rock Biloxi earlier for a lunch out. Johnny, Kathy, Emily, Ron and I dine in at Hard Rock's Satisfaction Buffet. The food is extremely great and the ambiance is wonderful. Emily is about 4 years old and she is charge FREE. Since today is Wednesday, we only pay 50% of the amount. Talking about good deal? Visit Hard Rock in Biloxi every Wednesdays and Fridays, and dine in at Satisfaction Buffet for $6 (lunch); Breakfast $5 and dinner $9. Add a tax of course. If you wanna know more, visit their Website at

This is my first plate, lol. This is just my choice of food. You can choose Asian, Grill, Salads, Seafoods, Pasta and many more. For this day, I just need to eat sweet potato, fish fillet, mac and cheese, roll, corn, pork rib and fries.

What I have here is a crunchy chicken leg, shrimp salad, spaghetti with white sauce and a macaroni salad. Now, I am hungry again, hehehe. My dessert? Forgot to take pictures because I gobble it faster,

If you travel in Highway 90 in the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, drop by at Hard Rock and enjoy your meals at Satisfaction Buffet.

1 comment:

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