4323 W Maple St.
Wichita, KS 67209
Sunday Brunch from 10:30am – 2pm
The buffet runs $11.99 per person. Kids 10 and under eat for half that price while 5 and under are free. If you want tea, it’s an extra $1.99.
The actual look of the buffet line at Spears resembles what one would see at an outdoor wedding. Don’t go here expecting something fancy like a YaYa’s or Newport Grill.
The items included on the buffet line range from roast beef and ham to meatballs to fried chicken to many of your breakfast staples. Here’s a glance of what to expect.
For taste and quality, it wasn’t close to what one would find at the higher end Sunday Brunch Buffets. This was something more along the lines of a Furr’s or a Golden Corral with the average diner being twice my age. If anything, everybody there was extremely nice to me and kept making suggestions on what I should grab from the buffet line. Either they were being honest or had me get items they didn’t like to keep more of what they liked for themselves. If so, I like their moves! For the record, many people there recommended the fried chicken yet there was so much left and I found to be very bland.
There wasn’t anything overly special about the food at Spears for me and likely not one I’d attend again given the distance.
Most likely the biggest draw to Spears buffet though is their pies. They have so many different options to choose from. While walking back to my table, I noticed customers would have 2-3 pies a person. Sugar High Sundays in effect.
At $11.99, I would have rather gone to a regular breakfast restaurant and ordered of the menu. If you’re looking for a buffet, spend a little more and go to another one of the more popular Sunday Brunch Buffets.