The Chateau Whistler may look a forebidding hotel, towering as it does above all others at the foot of Blackcomb Mountain, but it is well worthwhile venturing inside and having a meal in their Wildflower Restaurant.
The restaurant serves contemporary food in a thoroughly professional way in a setting that is both refined and yet casual. The asparagus starter was to die for, and after a delightful main dish of pork, my partner and I shared a wicked chocolate fondue. I know we shouldn't but it was so good, why miss out? We can always eat more carefully tomorrow.
The meal was pricey, particularly the selection of wines, but the service was excellent and the whole experience was worth the cost.
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