Wichita’s popular buffet restaurant, Caesar’s Table, is on the move this summer


Have you ever been to Caesar’s table at 125 N. Market?

This is a restaurant offering a buffet every day from 11:00 to 14:00 from Sunday to Friday. They serve homemade comfort food in a full buffet style. You will find items such as coconut fried catfish, fried chicken, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans and steamed vegetables. In addition, we offer a fresh salad bar, daily specials and a delicious selection of desserts. Oh, and they wear Dorothy Lynch’s homestyle dressing…. my favorite!

If you’re a fan or never have been, you’ll want to take note. They are the movement. Caesar’s Table will be moving in early summer 2022. They will soon be occupying the coffee shop space of the Meritrust Center at 151 N. Main, which is the intersection of 1st and Main Streets. You will be able to find them on the northeast side of the center.

The restaurant is owned and operated by Sam Kuns, who has been part of the downtown Wichita food scene since 2015.

In a press release, James Nastars, President and CEO of Meritrust said, “We are delighted to welcome Caesar’s Table to the Meritrust Center. This is an opportunity to partner with a popular downtown business and provide a convenient meal option for our employees and the local community. It’s definitely a win-win.

The headquarters building houses nearly 270 employees in addition to all the businesses nearby, which is a nice pool of potential customers for Caesar’s Table.

“We look forward to partnering with Meritrust as we finalize our transition plans to our new location,” said Kuns. “We appreciate the support of the downtown community over the years and will keep our long-time customers informed along the way.”

Stay tuned for our first look at their new space.

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