If you knew what happened "behind the scenes" in pretty much every restaurant, you'd never eat out. GC gets a bad rap because they're low budget, but high end restaurants have similar challenges too.I have never been, but this thread only confirms what I had already heard about it from ppl I know irl.
Ours is horrid. I'd say I wouldn't be caught dead there, but I just might be caught dead if I ever went there. But when we head East or North and get to the next town over by lunch time, both of those are excellent and a good place for lunch. Much depends on how well they are managed.My son LOVES Golden Corral. They have amazing pot roast and that’s what he goes for. I usually stick with the Bourbon St. chicken, fried chicken, green beans, and mashed potatoes. Ours is just fine. We’ve probably eaten there 6 times in the past year and have never had an issue. I actually just bought him $50 in gift cards for Christmas with the Sam’s Club deal.
It could be food poisoning but the stomache flu can live up to 2 weeks on a person or surface, they touch, you touch. The stomache flu virus is beyond strong.I hadn't thrown up in 17 years. We ate at GC. Later that day, I became very sick and my 17 years streak was broken. I think it might have been a coincidence, but you know how that goes. Even if there is no correlation, I can't bring myself to go back. My new streak was 10 years, and now I'm finishing year four of my current streak.