Peaked Pies (Whistler 2015)

Where better than the majestically snow-capped resort of Whistler could you find “peaked” pies?

These freshly baked Aussie meat pies are a definite comfort food item and their shop can be found right next to the Splitz Grill on Main Street. What’s a “peaked” pie you might ask? Essentially, they top their regular meat pie with a healthy serving of mashed potatoes, “mushy” peas, and rich gravy. We decided to try their peaked steak pie as well as a regular chicken pie.

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First off, the regular meat pies are pretty good on their own and you don’t really need them to be peaked.

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The chicken filling was tender and moist and went well with the flaky crust.

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But the peaked toppings are just the kicker. In truth, the peas were more smashed rather than mushy… not that I minded. If you have a hearty appetite, you won’t be disappointed here.

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I thought it was cool how the meat pie looked like a mountaintop.

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After our meal, I was too stuffed to have anything else. Next time I might want to try their lamington.

105 – 4369 Main Street
Whistler, BC

www.peakedpies.com

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Posted on June 25, 2015, in Australian, Bakery, Restaurant Review and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. They look delicious!

  2. Peaked pies are excellent. When we were up there last summer for 5 days we ate there twice and brought home a big box’s worth (which didn’t really last that long). I even implored the owners to open one up down here.

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