0700L at YVR Domestic MLL

Old Jun 30, 10, 1:10 pm
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0700L at YVR Domestic MLL

Hello friends,

Can anyone tell me what the MLL is alike at 7 am in the morning, what type of food or drink is offered ? Am traveling this weekend but not sure if I need to bring any food with me.

Much appreciate your input!

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Old Jun 30, 10, 1:16 pm
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On weekdays, it's pretty busy but I'm guessing it's a little less so on the weekend. However, the summer season always brings in a glut of families and children to the MLL.

You've got the normal toast, cereal, and fruit. There are a couple of coffee machines and milk/OJ is offered. The non-alcoholic freezer is open so there's more choice for other juices, pop, etc.

The MLL is not intended to be a restaurant so you're not going to see any major food offerings.
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Old Jun 30, 10, 1:20 pm
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If it's like the MLL's in YUL, YOW and YYZ, you should be able to find yoghurt, fruit salad, and fresh fruit (apples and sometimes bananas).
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Old Jun 30, 10, 1:22 pm
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Originally Posted by Seat13F_AC_CRJ View Post
If it's like the MLL's in YUL, YOW and YYZ, you should be able to find yoghurt, fruit salad, and fresh fruit (apples and sometimes bananas).
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cereal in bulk containers also available.
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Old Jun 30, 10, 2:37 pm
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Thank you so much for all the comments... I will go early tomorrow am.

Happy Canada Day!

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Old Jun 30, 10, 4:37 pm
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breakfast - bread, cereal and fruits...yoghurt....
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Old Jun 30, 10, 6:02 pm
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Originally Posted by mtensioners View Post
cereal in bulk containers also available.
A word about those bulk containers... the "valves" for filling the bowls don't work so well with the flake type cereals. (Maybe a fluid dynamics specialist should be called in.) The most efficient way to fill your bowl is to lift the top off the hopper, and scoop.
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Old Jun 30, 10, 6:43 pm
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It's been a while since I've done a morning flight. They used to have Kellogg's cereals in the little individual boxes. Have these been replaced by the bulk containers now?
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Old Jun 30, 10, 6:51 pm
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Careful now... 0700L is 1pm in Vancouver.
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Old Jun 30, 10, 7:48 pm
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Originally Posted by RCyyz View Post
It's been a while since I've done a morning flight. They used to have Kellogg's cereals in the little individual boxes. Have these been replaced by the bulk containers now?
They have in YYZ Intl MLL, but not in YOW. Still had boxes last time I was there in the morning. When heading to BGI, I have my toast and coffee in YOW, and my cereal and yoghurt, and another coffee, in YYZ.
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