One bite from one of these burgers, made right before your eyes, with your own toppings, specialty sauces and fries, and you will keep coming back every time your in town.
If you can eat a burger and fries and you are still hungry, I'd be surprised, but if you did have room, they have the best fix, they are not called splitz grill for nothing, try the spilt it will top you over.
From beef to wild salmon, chicken, Italian sausage, free-range bison, organic turkey and signature spicy lentil burgers, fun starts in the Garnish area as you direct cooks to start piling on toppings and homemade sauces galore. Balance the grease with a Caesar or greek salad, or keep the vitamin G flowing with onion rings and house cut fries. Finish with ice cream floats and sundaes, and... more
We both went for the bison burgers (I had it with cheese and grilled pineapple and my girlfriend had it with bacon and grilled mushrooms).
We both had the special splitz sauce and she also had the baba ganoush.
I used 2 napkins - she used the other 13 as her burger was so juicy that she had juices running... more
Splitz Gill is a must do every time that we are in Whistler.
For a change, rather than eating in, we ordered to go and had a picnic on the way home from Whistler.
They offer a variety of different types of burgers - bison, turkey, chicken, beef, vegetarian, etc. You get to choose the toppings for your freshly grilled... more
We were surprised Spritz was a counter-order menu. The burger is seasoned fabulously and made however you want and with whatever toppings you want. A little expensive. Tables setup behind the resteraunt offer a nice break from the Whistler chaos.
Gourmet burgers from the seasoned, all-beef Splitz Burger to the vegetarian Spicy Lentil Burger. Hot dogs, smokies, house-cut fries and old-fashioned milkshakes. Kids’ menu. $. L/D (daily).
Splitz Grill offers these services: restaurant, ice cream cones.
American-style burgers are only a skip away from the village in Whistler, where these popular gourmet burgers have become a hit with locals. Since their opening in 1997, Splitz has fast made a name for itself with its local, fresh ingredients and down-home style service. In addition to all the classics try a Saltspring Island Lamb burger, a Teriyaki Salmon burger, or even a Spicy Lentil burger.... more