Ryan’s in Wooster is a buffet that has a wide variety of options that will ensure that visitors of all ages and tastes to find something that they can appreciate. The protein side of the buffet is stocked, with sausage, fried chicken, grilled steak, popcorn shrimp, two varieties and fried pork chops. The salad bar section is well-stocked with considerable amounts of vegetables , fruits, and dressings. There are a few distinct types of cuisine available at the Ryan’s in Wooster, with tacos and rice, General Tso’s chicken, and pizza all present. The crowning achievement of the Ryan’s buffet are their variety of rolls. There is an Italian-seasoned roll coupled with a yeast roll that has a generous serving of butter.
The service on a great many buffets are extremely slow with tables only being serviced once per visit, something that Ryan’s stands strongly against. For a thirty-minute visit to the Ryan’s in Wooster, we had our table serviced three times. While the hustle and bustle of a buffet creates a mountain of dirty plates and service, Ryan’s wait crew tackled the problem in a satisfactory manner.
The dinner concluded with a considerable variety of desserts, which ran the gamut of different flavor profiles rather than hitting purely on the sweet side. There was a chocolate pie that hit the perfect balance between sweet and savory, while a large collection of toppings will make one’s soft-serve ice cream into an unique experience.
For a limited time, signing up for offers on the Ryan’s website will provide people with a buy one, get one free adult entrée coupon. The restaurant also runs a promotion that has children eat for $1.99 on Thursday nights from 5-8PM (local availability may vary). The Ovation Brands company owns Ryan’s along with Country Buffet, Fire Mountain, HomeTown Buffet, Ryan’s and Old Country Buffet.