It's just okay. I guess you can't expect a five-star buffet for $3.99 (doesn't include drink) well maybe five out of ten. The pizza is cheap, thin and mass produced. They put out about 10 different varieties at a time and you can make special requests (like green olives). Don't grab too many pieces at a time, they get cold and tasteless quickly once at your table. They used to have a make-your-own salad bar with lots of ingredients but this has changed to 3 pre-made salad varieties which were a bit soggy during my last visit. There are 2 or 3 desserts; brownies, apple pizza and cinnamon rolls (usually the best bet).
They get pretty crowded at peak lunch and dinner times with lots of kids running around. There is an arcade and usually a couple of TVs airing sports or cartoons.