Restaurant celebrates 30 years

The Bamboo Inn Restaurant at 2040 Comox Ave. in Comox celebrates 30 years of operation at the end of this month.

In appreciation of their many loyal patrons over the years, the managers/owners have decided to host a buffet dinner, by donation, with all proceeds donated to the Comox Valley Food Bank.

The Bamboo Inn has recently undergone new management. Ms. Qu, formerly from China, invites the people of the Comox Valley to come and taste their delicious authentic Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine, and help celebrate their 30 years. They will do special dishes.

The buffet is Friday, Sept. 12. from 5-8 p.m. The suggested minimum donation is $9.99 or better. Liquor and take-out is not included.

Reservations are recommended. Call  250-339-3500.

Also at this time the food bank acknowledges its own anniversary of 30 years as a registered non-profit society, assisting persons in need in the Comox Valley.

Food Bank volunteers will assist staff during the dinner.

 

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