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Old 03-14-2019, 12:02 AM   #1
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You've got to eat

If you are visiting ETI for any reason and need a happy tummy, drive right on by that Tim Hortons ( McDonalds wanna be ) and have a meal at Cookies Grill.
It's about a kilometre away from ETI, but you'll get a superb 'all day breakfast' at a reasonable price.
I had classic eggs Benedict with shredded potato hash browns and ate every bit.

You might have to wait for a table, but it will be worth it.


https://www.tripadvisor.ca/Restauran..._Columbia.html
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Old 03-14-2019, 12:37 AM   #2
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Cookies also makes some delightful poutine
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Old 03-14-2019, 12:43 AM   #3
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Here's a link to the full menu. You may never go home.
https://cookiesgrill.ca/menu/
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Old 03-14-2019, 06:10 AM   #4
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Great advice, Glenn & Scott, will try that next trip. Since we stay at the Best Western next to Escape, they provide free breakfast with the room and we got hooked on their Belgian Waffles. I'll go down first and eat while Noelia stays with the dogs and then we reverse. But always looking for some other local flavorful place in Chilliwack, especially those with poutine and there are 2 other meals/per day to contend with, thanks agin for the advice.
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Is the diner 2 doors east of ETI, by Valley Driving School, still open? We had an excellent breakfast there, including freshly baked biscuits (we watched the lady in the kitchen pull them out of the oven - yum.)
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Old 03-14-2019, 10:14 AM   #6
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At the risk of offending our Canadian brothers & sisters, poutine conjures up an image in my mind of the service staff going around the restaurant and cleaning up all the leftovers, putting on a plate and serving to the next customer to order poutine. My passport came through (perhaps I've been dropped from the no-fly list!) so I'll have to give it a try when I'm up in Chilliwack in the next few weeks.
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At the risk of offending our Canadian brothers & sisters, poutine conjures up an image in my mind of the service staff going around the restaurant and cleaning up all the leftovers, putting on a plate and serving to the next customer to order poutine. My passport came through (perhaps I've been dropped from the no-fly list!) so I'll have to give it a try when I'm up in Chilliwack in the next few weeks.


John, you can find some excellent poutine right here in PT at The Old Whiskey Mill. I give my highest recommendation to their Indian Poutine. There are three things my mom looks forward to when she comes to visit: seeing the grandkids, a London Fog from Better Living Through Coffee, and the Indian Poutine at The Whiskey Milll. I’m fond of those three as well.
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John, you can find some excellent poutine right here in PT at The Old Whiskey Mill.
Thanks, I will give it a try, perhaps today!
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Two surprisingly good meals at Best Western--much needed after I emptied the highlander and the car top carrier into my room. And then of course, back into the car the next morning. That day holds such wonderful memories. I still feel like Cinderella with my castle. Thanks, Escape.
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I had to purchase a belgian waffle maker, similar to the BW, when we got home. Noelia still raves about them and is looking forward to having them soon.
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