Splitz Grill (Whistler) – Custom Made Burgers

After a long hike in the trails around Lost Lake with Sophie (mental note for future trips: black diamond trails = steep, rocky, and mildly dangerous), we managed to find our way back to Whistler Village and were starving for some lunch.  I had heard of some good things about the Splitz Grill in Vancouver but never tried them out and a custom made burger was sounding pretty good at the moment.

All of their burgers are made fresh to order – you place your order and wait for your name to be called so you can customize your burger with the various toppings and sauces.

In addition to burgers, Splitz also served up some yummy onion rings.

I picked the Legendary Splitz (a 1/3 lb beef patty) and loaded it up with lettuce, tomato, onions, cucumber, alfalfa sprouts, pickles, salsa, hot peppers and Splitz sauce on a multigrain bun.  We also grabbed a similarly stacked Grilled Chicken burger.  These burgers were quite large and, more importantly, super tasty.  They were also a bit messy as the sauce started to drip down my cheek and hands.

4369 Main Street
Whistler, BC


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Posted on July 2, 2012, in Casual - burgers and stuff, Restaurant Review and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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