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April 1, 2016

Visit Whistler: Wild Wood Pacific Bistro

Located in the Crystal Lodge & Suites is Wild Wood Pacific Bistro, where our family had a nice, hearty breakfast one morning.


Wild Breakfast Bowl with Bacon and Cranberry Sourdough Toast

The Jumbo Wild Traditional Breakfast

Wild's Kids Pancakes
Wild Kid's Classic
I ordered the Wild Breakfast Bowl, which consisted of onions, peppers, mushrooms, Pemberton potatoes, scrambled eggs, cheddar cheese, and bacon (extra). The combination of all of those breakfast goodies was just delish, and it was such a huge serving! I normally don't eat toast, but the cranberry sourdough toast was super yummy!

My husband opted for The Jumbo, which consisted of Pemberton potatoes, eggs, bacon, sausage, and banana bread French Toast. I had a taste of the banana bread French Toast, and it was good, but a little too sweet for my taste.

The Wild Kid's Classic breakfast included eggs, bacon, and Pemberton potatoes. The kids meals are a deal (Kid's Classic just $5 CAD, Pancakes just $4 CAD).

I was very impressed with both the portion sizes and prices, and everything tasted great.

The service was a tiny bit on the slow side, but our sever was very nice and helpful, and overall we had a wonderful breakfast!


Wild Wood Pacific Bistro
Crystal Lodge & Suites
4154 Village Green #3
Whistler, BC V0N 1B4, Canada
1 604-935-4077

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