Ate only appetizers. Business meeting. Had chicken wings , onion rings, cheese sticks, and potato wedges. All were great.
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Had steak, baked potato and salad bar ---- excellent. Steak was cooked perfectly. Definitely got my money's worth. The waiter was very attentive and efficient. Even was given a piece of complimentary chocolate cake and it was delicious.
We usually celebrate our birthdays at The Cutting Board because they have pretty good food and there is something for everyone. I really like their large salad and baked potato bar. Usually the service is very good, and we have never had to wait more...More
The food is always great no matter what you no matter what you order. The salad bar is full of the usual plus watermelon pickles. The buggers are great and the steaks . It is mouth watering. The service is always good located on I-85...More
The service and atmosphere at this restaurant was excellent, but my husband and I had the wild caught Alaskan Salmon and I must say, it is the best tasting Salmon either of us have ever eaten and we have eaten a LOT of Salmon. We...More
If you love a good salad bar, and good beef, you'll love this place. My favorite is Sunday brunch, they have a large selection to choose from, and it is priced very reasonable. They offer senior discounts, and military discounts to.
The food here is not great. The beef is not fresh and the salad bar and some beef is MSG loaded! The locals like it because of the bar and its cheap. This place is NOT the first class operation the former Cutting Board was,...More
My wife and I went to Sunday Brunch. Rebecca was our waitress and she was great. Very pleasant, well spoken and attentive to our needs. The food on the brunch was a very wide variety. Everything from fresh salad bar, bake salmon, roast beef, a...More
We were looking forward to trying this restaurant, as we had heard they had a wonderful salad bar. It was an incredible disappointment. There wasn't much of a selection as each bar section had basically the same items, with minor variations such as red onion...More