Next time you’re in Whistler and you’re not really sure where to have breakfast then I highly suggest that you check out Wild Wood Bistro located at 4500 Northlands Boulevard. If you get confused, don’t worry, you’re not lost, it is in fact at the Whistler Racquet Club. You can find anything from pancakes, French toast, omelettes, eggs Benedict and healthier choices as well. Personally I find the prices to be reasonable as well, especially for Whistler.
I think I might have still been full from dinner the night before because I ordered a half order of the Benny of the day. This particular day it was an English muffin piled with prosciutto, bocconcini, a poached egg and basil infused hollandaise. On the side were some chunky hash browns lightly seasoned. You can’t really see the ingredients hidden under the poached egg but there definitely there and tasted delicious. I loved everything about this. The egg was also poached perfectly so a when I sliced into it a stream of yellow yolk graced it presence asking to be soaked up with some English muffin.
J ordered a full sized bacon Benny. More of a traditional Benny but as you can see they didn’t skimp on the bacon. The hollandaise was also a traditional variety as well and this was also served with the chunky style hash browns.
I, of course, liked mine better but I had no complaints about J’s breaky. I was stuffed, and ready to explore Whistler. Again, being in Whistler you have a million options for food but I find this place very casual, reasonably priced and I can see myself coming back again the next time I head up to Whistler.