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Bradders
Posted: Monday, March 20, 2017 10:37:00 AM
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The noodle place next to Mojo is a good feed too..

Green Curry!
barryjmoore
Posted: Monday, March 20, 2017 11:37:32 AM
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The Iron Wok which is in the food area near Jambalaya does good noodle and rice dishes. There's only a choice of chicken or vegetarian so the food is always freshly cooked and the queue moves quickly.
waffles
Posted: Monday, March 20, 2017 3:14:19 PM
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iron wok is a favorite of mine...for those reasons.


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I get a good time feeling every time I hear those blues.
mgwfall
Posted: Monday, March 20, 2017 7:33:50 PM
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waffles wrote:
just spray your shoes with scotchgard or there is a new product NEVERWET that nothing will stick to.
http://www.neverwet.com/


Thanks for the scotchgard tip, tried it at Blue Mountains music/mud Festival on the weekend, worked well.
freexone
Posted: Monday, March 20, 2017 8:51:36 PM
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eileenk9 wrote:
I still haven't tried one of those organic donuts that people line up a mile for. Are they really that good?
Yes!
and it has become essential in 2017, that you should allow yourself a few stubbies of organic beer with that.
bender
Posted: Tuesday, March 21, 2017 4:10:08 PM
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eileenk9 wrote:
I still haven't tried one of those organic donuts that people line up a mile for. Are they really that good?
Personally, I think they are that good. I usually get one as early in the day to minimise waiting times. The jam version is my favourite but they also do a chocolate filled one and a plain circle one as well.
valkrie
Posted: Tuesday, March 21, 2017 6:00:40 PM
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They are delicious but I find them a bit too sweet for me. I prefer the waffles, apple and cinnamon flavour. Yummy!
eileenk9
Posted: Wednesday, March 22, 2017 2:01:01 PM

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Guess I'll be lining up for the doughnuts this year then. I'll be there on Easter Sunday so might see some of you in the queue. ;) :)
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Posted: Saturday, April 1, 2017 9:10:58 PM
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I'm new to BluesFest this year. Are there any food outlets open in the morning before the festival starts at 12?

Just thinking of breakfast options, if any?
bambambam
Posted: Saturday, April 1, 2017 11:27:36 PM
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davidtennent0000 wrote:
I'm new to BluesFest this year. Are there any food outlets open in the morning before the festival starts at 12?

Just thinking of breakfast options, if any?


If you are staying inside the actual campground then there is a shop that opens early just for that purpose.
Bacon and egg rolls, coffee, tea, bread, milk, ice, all the basics and more.

As soon as the festival gates open there is food available inside but they don't generally open till around 10 to 11.00am.
You can't access the shop in the campground without a campground wristband.

Hope this helps,,,




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davidtennent0000
Posted: Sunday, April 2, 2017 8:28:56 AM
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bambambam wrote:
davidtennent0000 wrote:
I'm new to BluesFest this year. Are there any food outlets open in the morning before the festival starts at 12?

Just thinking of breakfast options, if any?


If you are staying inside the actual campground then there is a shop that opens early just for that purpose.
Bacon and egg rolls, coffee, tea, bread, milk, ice, all the basics and more.

As soon as the festival gates open there is food available inside but they don't generally open till around 10 to 11.00am.
You can't access the shop in the campground without a campground wristband.

Hope this helps,,,




Yeh, thanks. We're camping there, so that's exactly what we wanted to know.
Space5279
Posted: Monday, April 3, 2017 8:51:43 AM
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davidtennent0000 wrote:
bambambam wrote:
davidtennent0000 wrote:
I'm new to BluesFest this year. Are there any food outlets open in the morning before the festival starts at 12?

Just thinking of breakfast options, if any?


If you are staying inside the actual campground then there is a shop that opens early just for that purpose.
Bacon and egg rolls, coffee, tea, bread, milk, ice, all the basics and more.

As soon as the festival gates open there is food available inside but they don't generally open till around 10 to 11.00am.
You can't access the shop in the campground without a campground wristband.

Hope this helps,,,




Yeh, thanks. We're camping there, so that's exactly what we wanted to know.


You can also go for a stroll to the service station back on the slip road....they have various food options, although limited. I always jump on one of the shuttle buses and head back into Byron. Grab a feed and a coffee and then head back top the site ready for the first act. The campground cafe is ok, but waiting time in the peak hours 9-11 is generally up to 40 mins. I've been in and out of Byron in less time.

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