Four Mile House

Four Mile House (from restaurant's website)

Four Mile House – 199 Island Hwy, Victoria, BC
(image from restaurant’s website)

Four Mile House is a View Royal pub with a great history/story.  It’s always clean and inviting.  Not a huge breakfast menu but if you like eggs, it provides enough of a selection.  I enjoy coming here any time of the day, but dreary days are the best as it’s sooo cozy!

As this is my first review, I’d love to hear what I could include (or not) that would make it better in the future. You can include your feedback in the comment section below.


Best breakfast – restaurant review

Four Mile House:  199 Island Hwy, Victoria, BC

Group: 3, arrived 11:45 am on May 4, pub side.

Eggs benny: Eggs done perfectly (soft), hollandaise (tasty), english muffin (wasn’t toasted enough if at all).  Came with cubed hash browns (not crispy enough and very sweet maple-like taste), a couple slices of fruit.

Other items ordered:  Farmers skillet, Vegetarian skillet.

Average price/person:  $15

Pros: Walked in and lots of seats available, food came quickly and was hot, decent portions, and we weren’t rushed out.

Cons: Even after adding a lot of salt & pepper to my hashbrowns, I couldn’t eat mine. When we mentioned to server, she shrugged and didn’t offer to do anything. That left me hungry. Didn’t offer to refill coffee very often.

Overall:  It was ok.  If you’re looking to get full, and can get past the sweet hashbrowns, at an ok price, and get in and out quickly, this is a good option.  A great option if anyone in your group wants non-breakfast type items, as the day-time (and drink) menu is large and varied.


  • Shayla Gelean Cusworth

    we went for dinner not breaky, 10 out 12 of us had to have things removed from our bill as they items were inedible, the waitress just acted like she was used to it