Sunday Brunch with the Wee Greek

The Sunday Buffet is a local hot spot for Creston Valley residents and can be busy.

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What is your plan for this Sunday? Treat yourself and your loved ones to a delicious Sunday Buffet with the Wee Greek.

Chef Demetre also known as the Wee Greek has created a Sunday Brunch menu that features a wide selection of brunch favorites every Sunday in the Kootenay Room at the Creston & District Community Complex from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.

The Sunday Buffet is a local hot spot for Creston Valley residents and can be busy. Come early to avoid the lines. Enjoy options from pasta and Chef’s choice of roast carvings, vegetarian dishes, salads and more. Dishes are inspired by the fresh, locally sourced ingredients grown along the Creston Valley – Kootenay Lake route.

Enjoy a special occasion with friends and family this Sunday, Chef Demetre’s menu is a proven crowd-pleaser. Remember to leave room to enjoy homemade desserts, including pies, cakes, and mousse.

Chef Demetre can be found during the week in the kitchen of the Wee Greek concession located in the lobby of the Creston & District Community Complex and around the Creston Valley catering for special events with Demetre’s Catering.

Chef Demetre has over forty years experience in the restaurant, catering industry providing delicious food for weddings, banquets, Christmas parties and special events.

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