Nothing special, but not scary either.
You can eat your fill, but it's nothing special. Has a specialty cuisine style each night of the week. Very Americanized takes on foreign cuisines. Seems straight out of the 50s or 70s depending on your age. Good drink selection.
The epitome of Utah's bulk dining scene.. The Scene If the many shades of gray are a barometer, Chuck-a-Rama is a favorite eating place for Utah's senior citizens. Also popular with families with lots of children.
The Food Be prepared to maneuver your way around buffet areas that are loaded with fruits, salads and salad fixings. Another offers side dishes and yet another boasts fried chicken, roast beef and a myriad of other main course ideas. The dessert table, of course, commands center stage and offers everything from Rice Krispie treats to banana cream pie. There's nothing wrong with the homemade mashed potatoes or the fresh, warm scones (make sure you smother them with honey). Otherwise, give it all a try--it is a buffet, you know.