At Whistler Blackcomb, eating and drinking is just as important as the skiing.
Mountain enthusiasts find themselves fueling up with a wide range of foods between runs. And, according to Whistler Blackcomb’s executive chef Wolfgang Sterr, each restaurant works hard to ensure there’s a dish for everyone.
“We attempt to cater to people with all kinds of dietary restrictions,” says Sterr. “We do what we can to reduce our impact on the environment through initiatives like sourcing local ingredients and participating in the Vancouver Aquarium’s Ocean Wise program.”
Check out these top five menu items the next time you venture up to Whistler Blackcomb.
Fuelling skiers, riders, and sightseers, this decadent buffet at Fresh Tracks has people coming back for more. Featured items include endless bacon, eggs, yogurt, and fresh fruit.
This all-vegetarian restaurant is situated in a cozy cabin. Raven’s Nest is also the first restaurant of its kind in North America and is the passion project of Sterr. Order the vegan meatball sub, smothered in rich tomato herb sauce and vegan cheddar.
Christine’s is a newly renovated restaurant that features beautifully balanced Hamachi, finished with horseradish, apple, white soy, dill, and crunchy fennel.
Try Crystal Hut’s decadent waffles smothered with whipped cream, fruit and maple syrup. Pair that with an excellent view from the Blackcomb Mountain and you’ve found yourself the perfect breakfast.
The Rendezvous Lodge was recently renovated and with that came a new menu that reflects the beautiful upgrades. Don’t miss out on the ramen with braised pork belly, Japanese noodles with nori, spring onions, radish, bean sprouts, bamboo shoots, and egg.
Click here to find out about family-friendly options. Scan the Glacier Creek Lodge’s EDGE Express menu to find low cost dining, perfect for the budget conscious skier. Meal options include soup and sandwich combos for less than $10.