The food here is usually good especially their lunch buffet. However, the service can be quite slow at times.
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Interesting Place. Food is good but the menu is short. Upgrading the selection would be a major improvement.
The owners seem uninvested ever since they listed the restaurant for sale, on several occasions the manager was unprofessional and subpar service from several employees. I cannot continue to take my business there and I discourage others from going as well
Set on a golf course, this restaurant is packed with full sized and heads of many many animals - a taxidermists dream. I have to say - after the shock - it was very interesting. Full sized polar and grizzly bears, many African beasts, an...More
Great prime rib on Saturday nights. $15.95 with 2 sides. Had spaghetti as one of the sides and a baked potato. Also delicious. Have been there several Saturday's for the prime. Addicted.
You gotta try the Victoria. No thousand island with grilled onions. Delicious. The leopard lunch is also darn good. Daytime servers fast and friendly. Buffet on Wednesday Thursday and Fridays 11-1. Soup is to die for.
For starters, if you are upset by seeing a bunch of wild animals that have been killed, stay away. If you are fascinated, you will like the ambience. Overall, this is not a bad place for dinner, but don't expect fine food.
Stopped into the Safari Bar because we had heard it was a museum of game animals from around the world. It did not disappoint. Great atmosphere. You could easily spend an hour or two just admiring the awesome animal mounts but the added bonus is...More
I had been told that the food here was delicious and was one of the best restaurants in Meadville so had pretty high expectations when I went. The food was definitely underwhelming--very bland, no seasoning other than a very liberal use of salt. The decor...More
I have actually been to the Safari Bar many times. The food is average, the service is above average, and the drink selections are average. The decor is neat, but kind of different/uneasy as many of the animals are endangered. The restaurant does seem to...More