We walked in on a whim and had a wonderful breakfast. Very small place but great atmosphere and really good food.
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Delicious, well cooked, well presented and well thought out dishes. A little gem of a place in a town where buckets of fries are all too easily found.
Decent food but I didn't feel that it knows what it wants to be - fine dining (as indicated by the very interesting menu) or family restaurant (as indicated by the decor and very casuakl manner of the service).
We were staying at the Fairmont and their room service breakfast is about $30pp before all the delivery and gratuity charges. It wasn't even that good. We went next door on the first day to this place and each got one of their breakfast sandwiches....More
We had an excellent evening meal here -- in spite of a very long wait. An hour after ordering, the waitress (who seemed to be one of the owners) brought complimentary salads and apologised for the delay: there had been a mix up in the...More
Dinner at the Ciao Thyme was a mixed bag. The food was very good, especially my elk loin main, and the prices were reasonable by Whistler standards (a low bar). Unfortunately, the ambiance and service detracted from the experience. While the room might work fine...More