Our mini honeymoon was coming to an end and we sadly had to check out of our hotel before heading out for breakfast. We could have had breakfast first but there was no way I was going to wake up that early. We’ve eaten some pretty good food up in Whistler and I assumed we’d just be grabbing something fast but I was able to squeeze out one last amazing meal before heading back home.
Elements Tapas Parlour is also attached to The Summit Hotel and the breakfast is extremely yummy. Located at 4359 Main street, it’s kind of tucked away so it’s best to walk around to find it if you’re searching. A little on the expensive side for breakfast but totally worth it in my opinion.
I ordered a traditional breakfast with poached eggs, marbled rye their signature potato tartlet and double smoked bacon. All breakfasts are also served with a shot glass of smoothie as well. This could be used to cleanse your pallet but J downed his immediately. The tartlet was basically shredded potato and onion baked in mini muffin tins served with a chive sour cream. I loved this and the entire breakfast was super yummy.
J opted for a savoury breakfast of stuffed French toast. The filling was a mound of ham and brie cheese. The serving size really could be for two but he did a great job hovering his way through this one. I tasted it and thought it was delicious. I could taste the brie and ham but the sweet maple syrup and sweet French toast really brought you back to breakfast land. I would definitely order this again or perhaps try making it at home!
Elements are under the same company as the Wild Wood Bistro so maybe that’s why they’re both so delicious. I didn’t realize this until we came home and I wouldn’t have minded trying another place but I am so happy with our food that it really doesn’t matter. Elements will be on my “go to” place next time I am Whistler.