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Old 09-07-2012, 11:16 PM   #316
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Made it there last week. Great spot and the people who work there are really friendly plus the location is close to Hwy 1.



The Nomad in Revelstoke



N2 Burger with bacon at the Nomad in Revelstoke
Is that the old Burger Junction restaurant? I miss that place
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Old 09-10-2012, 12:35 PM   #317
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Tree's Restaurant in Parksville/Errington... close to Spunky's Motorcycle Shop. Very, very good food and pastries; make sure you bring back a loaf of home-made bread too for the wife... 'cause that's why you went for the ride, right?



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Old 09-10-2012, 07:33 PM   #318
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Lunch today at Epic Sushi (formerly know as Funky Monkey) in Nelson. Very good burger but that was not kimchee. Call it something else ok? Sushi was very good but the rolls are swimming in mayo. Can't taste the fish. Still probably one of the finer places to eat in Nelson. Burgers are 10 to 14 bucks and the fries are quite good.

Actually might say it is one of my top three right now.
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Old 09-19-2012, 12:21 AM   #319
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We were in Nelson this summer for a couple of days, we found the restaurants there to be at best mediocre. It is worth the drive down to Salmo to get lunch at the Dragonfly Cafe. We have been there every summer for the past three years and the food has been superb each time, the decor (photos especially) are stunning as well.
We have been to the Cedar Creek Cafe in Winlaw as well and found their breakfasts to be good. Didn't get to the Goldpanner on Hwy #6 this year but it was good last summer.
We did find a new favorite this year, The Burner Pub on #1 at the east end of Malakwa, just where the highway goes from 4 to 2 lanes. Great ribs, good soups and burgers. It is in an old beehive burner!
For those of you coming through hwy #24 (past my home!), give Marcel's Boulevard Cafe a try. Best food in the South Cariboo. It is beside the new Rona store at Interlakes. Only open Tuesday-Sunday for breakfast and lunch and dinners on Friday and Saturday.
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Old 09-24-2012, 08:23 AM   #320
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This place is incredible and probably the number one destination point for a motorcycle ride on Vancouver Island. The most authentic English pub in British Columbia for sure. Great food, outside patio and gardens plus a large parking area for motorcycles. http://www.crowandgate.com/


Can you say Guinness

Well I had my first visit to this fine establishment this weekend - it was on Saturday afternoon and it was packed with people. Definitely an older crowd favourite and by the kind of cars in the parking lot, and affluent one as well. I was the only bike there - my son and I stopped in for lunch and a pint. The crab cakes are great and from what I saw from what other patrons were ordering, I will have to return and sample the other menu items. Good selection of beers - I had the chance to sample some Irish bitters which will be on my order list next time. I now have a new favourite place to go.
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Old 09-24-2012, 10:43 AM   #321
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Well I had my first visit to this fine establishment this weekend - it was on Saturday afternoon and it was packed with people. Definitely an older crowd favourite and by the kind of cars in the parking lot, and affluent one as well. I was the only bike there - my son and I stopped in for lunch and a pint. The crab cakes are great and from what I saw from what other patrons were ordering, I will have to return and sample the other menu items. Good selection of beers - I had the chance to sample some Irish bitters which will be on my order list next time. I now have a new favourite place to go.

My inlaws took me there once and I loved the place. It felt like being back in England, once you stepped through the doors. Busy place,(for a reason) but very good!.
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Old 09-29-2012, 06:42 PM   #322
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Pioneer House near Duncan

Located at Whippletree Junction just south of Duncan on Hwy 1 the Pioneer House has been serving up good food for years. Breakfast was decent, log building very interesting. http://www.pioneerhouserestaurant.com/location.html




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Old 10-07-2012, 08:56 PM   #323
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Pescadores in Port Alberni is worth a stop.

Stopped there twice and everyting was amazing.
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Old 10-08-2012, 12:21 AM   #324
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Sprockets Cafe in Sorrento

Stopped to visit the Dreamcycle Motorcycle Museum In Sorrento (great place with a lot of very interesting bikes) and had lunch at Sprockets Cafe. Food was very good and affordable. Highly recommend both the cafe and museum.
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Old 11-20-2012, 09:37 AM   #325
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Jam Cafe in Victoria

Tried the Jam Cafe on Herald Street in Victoria. The fairly new place offers an all day non traditional breakfast style menu that does takes a while to figure out what to get. All in all the food was good. Very trendy crowd.

The only issues are a possible line up to get in as there is only around 50 seats available and the cold air coming in everytime the door gets opened by people coming in and out, make sure you have a warm coat.

If you have lots of time available give it a try. http://www.jamcafevictoria.com/. Breakfast around $20. Same owners operate the Union Pacific Coffee across the street, http://www.unionpacificcoffee.com/.
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Old 11-25-2012, 08:50 PM   #326
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Haida-Way Restaurant in Chemainus

Had a chance to have the Curry Chicken on fries today at the Haida-Way Restaurant in Chenainus on Hwy 1. Was not disappointed! http://www.haidaway.ca/



Breaded Curry Chicken on fries at the Haida-Way in Chemainus
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Old 12-15-2012, 01:14 PM   #327
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Sante Gluten-Free Cafe

Had a meeting of the motorcycle minds yesterday with Fishnbiker at Sante Gluten-Free Cafe on Quadra Street. http://www.santeglutenfreecafe.com/



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Old 12-17-2012, 07:35 PM   #328
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looks like what real food eats!
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Old 12-20-2012, 10:36 AM   #329
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Laugh

Not only that the meal was also a little on the small size. Not a place if you require a full belly.
I hear the Village Cafe in Oak Bay is a better deal for gluten-free.http://thevillagerestaurant.ca/?action=menu. Will try it soon.
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Old 12-20-2012, 10:51 AM   #330
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Could very well depend on the belly size. I have to fill some rather large ones sometimes.

That's good, I'll send the boss there she is working on her's. I hope they have pastries there, that gets her everytime.
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