Eating in Whistler: Creekbread

February 10, 2010 at 4:11 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment
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My husband came home from work one day and saw the mess. He saw all of it: the scattered paper, the toys thrown around, lack of dinner and the remnants of spilt flour because of THIS…


She’s beautiful isn’t she

That is when he decided to go out for dinner and I realized that I had married the right man. I knew I chose a winner.

He wanted to try a new pizza place called Creekbread which is located near the base of Blackcomb in Creekside. This restaurant focuses on “all natural, wood-fired, clay oven pizza.”

We ordered two 12 inch pizzas which cost us a whopping 40 dollars. The first pizza we tried was their special the Beef Teriyaki. We found that for the price there wasn’t very many toppings. True, they were all organic but it still seemed like a big price to pay for the amount toppings we got whether they were organic or not.

The second pizza was called Mopsy’s Kalua Pork. I didn’t like this one at all and my husband thought it wasn’t that great. It had pork shoulder, mayo bbq sauce, goat cheese, red onions, pineapple, mozzarella and asiago cheese. It was just a tad too sweet and I didn’t have seconds.

The verdict? We wouldn’t go there again but it was nice to have but we wouldn’t go there again.

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  1. Were those pizza’s cut like the flatbread at 5th street?
    Weeeeeird.

    The pizza’s sounds like they would have been good, but I guess I have weird food loving palate.


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