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After a long day spent on the mountain, you won’t have to look far to fuel up during your stay at Fairmont Chateau Whistler. The luxury hotel has four full-service restaurants, as well as two more eateries at its golf club about a mile down the road. Breakfast, dinner and Sunday brunch can be had at The Wildflower Restaurant, which serves up area-inspired dishes such as an alpine frittata with fingerling potatoes, bratwurst and Gruyère for breakfast and seared British Columbia salmon with a horseradish potato pancake, grilled asparagus and Granny Smith apple beurre blanc for dinner.
Make your way to Portobello Market & Fresh Bakery for breakfast or lunch. Here, you’ll find options that include delicious pizza, made-to-order sandwiches and gourmet coffee. For a more upscale dinner, secure a reservation at The Grill Room, which offers chops, steak and seafood with an emphasis on local ingredients. If you prefer just a light bite, head to The Mallard Lounge and Terrace, which also has a pool patio menu. There are plenty of shared options, but you’ll also find a full menu in case you’re more on the hungry side.
Located at Fairmont Chateau Whistler Golf Club, The Chalet is the resort’s wintertime fondue destination. This traditional alpine dinner service is offered mid-December through March and is fun for everyone. When the weather warms up and golfers start frequenting the fairway between May and September, The Clubhouse opens for breakfast, lunch and dinner.