Montgomery County Chamber's Director of Marketing, Courtney Klimek, far right, joined Kathy Brandon, second from right and other chamber members, including Jing Zheng, second from left, the Full House Buffet's manager, for a ribbon cutting commencing the grand opening of the restaurant. Credits: James Treacy
The Full House Buffet is open seven days a week to offer a wide variety of dishes from American favorites like macaroni and cheese to hibachi, to freshly made sushi. Credits: James Treacy
Sushi is made for the buffet freshly all day long. Sushi is on Full House Buffet's line for both lunch and dinner. Credits: James Treacy
Select your chosen ingredients and hand your plate to a hibachi chef, who will cook your meal before your eyes. Hibachi dining is included in the dine-in buffet price. Credits: James Treacy
Both hot and cold dishes are offered in both all-you-can-eat buffet lines and for carryout at Full House Buffet, which offers dining seven days a week. Credits: James Treacy
Full House Buffet Offers LP Diners a Wide Variety
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 • 1:00pm
One kid wants pizza. One kid wants macaroni and cheese. Mom wants seafood. Dad wants Chinese. So, what are you going to do?
Thankfully Trooper now has an answer that will please the whole family. Full House Buffet, located in the Park Ridge Shopping Center near Acme, reopened its doors officially on Jan. 25. The Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce hosted its ribbon-cutting and welcome party just last week, and many chamber members came to wish the new place well.
Jin Zheng, manager of Full House Buffet, was on hand to cut the oversized red ribbon, welcoming the Lower Providence Township community inside its doors. Now with new owners, Zheng said she hopes area residents will enjoy the new selection of items.
“The new owners wanted more variety,” said Zheng. “We have over 200 items.”
With rows and rows of different foods, ranging from American cuisine favorites like pizza and fried chicken, to Hibachi grilled before your eyes, the assortment is designed to please all tastes.
“Hibachi is included with the buffet,” said Zheng. “We also have fresh sushi all day.”
The new manager said that the business was closed for a time this winter to allow for changes to be made by the new owners.
“Remodeling brought more variety, and a better quality,” she said.
Kate Boyle, director of member services and legislative affairs for the Chamber welcomed guests, along with Courtney Klimek, the Chamber’s director of marketing, and Kathy Brandon, president and CEO of the Chamber. Several of the Chambers members also joined in on the celebration, welcoming the new chamber member into the community. A ribbon-cutting, hosted last Thursday, commemorated its official grand opening.
The buffet is open seven days a week. It is open for lunch from Monday to Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The cost for lunch hours is $7.59 for adults, $3.75 for children 3 to 6 and $4.75 for children 7 to 10.
Dinner is served all day Sunday, Monday to Thursday from 4 to 10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. During dinner hours, the cost is $14.59 for adults, $5.59 for children age 3 to 6 and $7.99 for children age 7 to 10.
A carryout buffet is also available. Three items may be chosen per take-out box. The cost for carryout is $4.29 per pound for lunch, $5.29 per pound for dinner or $7.49 per pound for seafood selections.
Children under age 2 are always free, while seniors age 60 and over always receive a 10 percent discount. Drinks at the buffet are $1.59 with free refills. Hot tea, which also comes along with free refills, is also $1.59.
The Trooper-based restaurant accepts Visa and MasterCard credit cards. Readers can visit this link for a 20 percent-off dining-in coupon.
Full House Buffet is located at 2739 W. Ridge Pike, Trooper. For more information and various coupons, visit the Full House Buffet website here or call 610-539-6012.