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elk’s tasty toasties fuel a resort

June 16, 2016 Ski 1 Comment Email Email

“If you’ve ever enjoyed a few après ski beverages and then hit the slopes early the next morning, the saying “breakfast is the most important meal of the day” couldn’t be more truthful or fitting”, says Abbey Jones


“Whether your mornings are about making it to the first chairlift, or you prefer a leisurely start to the day sitting by the fire; elk at Falls, situated in the heart of Falls Creek Village, has the perfect breakfast option for you.

“It has proved itself time and time again; so this year Barry, Dave and the team are back and will go out of their way to deliver you the perfect foot long breakfast. elk’s 12 inch value-for-money Toastie consists of  crispy country bacon, eggs (topped with their famous ‘Nanna Bev’s Kick Ass Chutney’ ), served on lightly toasted French-style Laurant sourdough,  will leave you coming back day after day.

“As the most popular breakfast deal on the mountain, it is an absolute steal at only $12.50- including Free coffee .  Last winter resort guests and mountain staff consumed more than two kilometres of Toasties at elk and an ambitious target of three kilometres is the aim of the restaurant this winter that officially opened last weekend.

“Available for eat-in or take away {between 7am and 11am} it

serves everyone from those after a delicious energy packed breakfast on their way to the first chair, to those after the perfect way to melt away the after effects of jug night.”

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  1. Travel Bug says:

    Can absolutely vouch for this! have never met one person on the mountain who hasn’t enjoyed it. Highly recommend.

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