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Old 02-06-2016, 11:55 AM   #1
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Breakfast/Brunch Buffets?

Looking for recommendations for a breakfast(weekdays) or brunch(sundays) place at a hotel. Preferably in Vancouver/Burnaby/Richmond.

Places like ORU, Sutton Place, Pan Pacific, etc.
I'm guessing reservations are highly (if not required) recommended?

There was one thread on here but it was quite dated, like 2011/2012.

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Breakfast/Brunch Buffets?

I went to e.b.o in Burnaby, price isn't as expensive as places in downtown but food choice reflects that.

That being said, they still had a decent carving station, roasted bone marrow, and freshly made roti!
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They had a carving station and roasted bone marrow for breakfast/brunch?
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Oru is good.

It's a big restaurant and the ambience is bright and "airy".

The buffet section or buffet aisles are quite long so there is ample selection.

I don't think you need reservations for Oru because of the size of the restaurant, but always try to make one just in case.

Sutton's buffet is a smaller restaurant with slightly smaller variety.
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sweet, might check out ebo then, since we already have dinner plans that same night.
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I went to e.b.o in Burnaby, price isn't as expensive as places in downtown but food choice reflects that.

That being said, they still had a decent carving station, roasted bone marrow, and freshly made roti!
Nice Cam, I'll have to give that a go.
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I hit up Riverrock casino/resort/hotel for their breakfast buffet. starts at 7am I believe and its about $18

havent been able to find any place better yet locally. gonna give Ebo a try though lol

any idea what day/time/price is? can't seem to find it on their website
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