Question Where's good to eat in the Village

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  1. LaNeige

    LaNeige One of Us

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    So making my annual pilgrimage to Buller this week and I'm wondering where's good to eat with a couple of teens in tow? What's reasonable, where needs a booking and what should be avoided?
     
  2. wolly

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    Interschools week will see all eateries busy. As for good and bad.... let the comments begin....
     
  3. Vermillion

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    Get it delivered from Mansfield.
     
  4. LaNeige

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    I can see the delivery fees now ... $55 for resort entry.
     
  5. mx_boarder

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    Plenty of options. Where are you staying?

    At the ‘lower’ end - Pats Italian, Abom, Arlberg, Pub. Pub meals are great, no bookings needed.

    Middle rung - The Whitt, Cattlemans. Best to book especially weekends, but you can eat in the Whitt ‘bar’ area sans-booking, space permitting.

    Upper end - Snowpony, Grimus, Breathtaker, Chalet. Definitely book.

    Good luck avoiding the mini donuts.
     
  6. LaNeige

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    Perfect! And there are mini donuts, this could be an issue.

    Staying on the Avenue near Standard Lane so The Whitt looking likely.
     
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  7. LaNeige

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    Ended up eating at Breathtaker upstairs. 'twas pretty good and I thought good value too. In terms of price and quality it's what I would expect at a decent inner city pub.

    I really enjoyed he Buttered chicken (curry of the day), which was way beyond my expectations.
     
  8. 2ndeffort

    2ndeffort Hard Yards

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    New Place over where the old YMCA was, cafe on the corner of the building, cant remember the name. Good coffee