In June 10,000 people told BC ferries what they wanted to replace the former Pacific Buffet
Among the feedback were comments saying passengers wanted a new type of dining experience where they could enjoy artisan foods with a view.
Now the ferry provider is releasing a second survey to find out what menu items might interest customers and to get a feel for what they might be willing to pay.
Some of the questions asked what type of pricing model customers would like to see. One example given was a tiered menu where you would pay a flat rate for unlimited coffee tea and snacks.
BC Ferries adds that in its last year of operation, the Pacific Buffet wasn’t popular, attracting less than 9 percent of travellers and losing over 1 million dollars annually.
The survey will be live for two weeks on the BC Ferries website.