Bob’s Weigh the right way for many din­ers

Central Otago Mirror - - FEATURES - The food: The ser­vice: Suit­able for: The ver­dict:

Whether you are look­ing for a big break­fast or a tasty sand­wich on the run, Bob’s Weigh has got it cov­ered. Ex­ten­sive break­fast and lunch menus of­fer more than enough op­tions in­clud­ing sev­eral for those who are gluten free or veg­e­tar­ian. The menu is com­ple­mented by a cab­i­net packed full of de­li­cious good­ies, pas­tries, sand­wiches, slices and cook­ies. The drinks menu is al­most as ex­ten­sive with a huge va­ri­ety of juices, cof­fees and smooth­ies on of­fer and it should be noted our cof­fee was good. With so many op­tions to choose from it took us a while to de­cide on our meals but our lengthy de­ci­sion mak­ing was re­warded with very gen­er­ous and tasty serv­ings of a BLAT ($14.50) and a chicken tor­tilla ($15). Both meals were tasty and well pre­sented and we both strug­gled to fin­ish them. With so many treats on of­fer, it wasn’t easy to pick a sweet treat ei­ther but we couldn’t go past the award win­ning choco­late brownie ($4) and the le­mon and cream cheese slice ($4). Both were a hit.

The staff at Bob’s way are al­ways friendly and pro­vide good ser­vice with a smile. In my ex­pe­ri­ence any spe­cial re­quests are ac­com­mo­dated with- out has­sle. An­other nice touch is the way owner Bob pokes his head out from the kitchen to wel­come cus­tomers with a mas­sive smile and a lit­tle wave. We could do with a few more friendly peo­ple like him around.

The whole fam­ily, with de­li­cious, nu­tri­tious fare at rea­son­able prices.

Bob’s Weigh is a great op­tion for a break­fast, brunch, lunch, a quick snack or even just a take­away cof­fee. Bobs’ de­li­cious sand­wiches are a hit around town and at just $5.50 pro­vide good value for money, so if you are look­ing for a speedy lunch op­tion I rec­om­mend try­ing one. The friendly ser­vice def­i­nitely adds value and just like the other lo­cal ‘‘regulars’’ we will both be back.

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