Delicious food beautifully prepared and presented. Excellent Cocktails! This is a world class restaurant. I would recommend the tasting menu vs ordering off of the prepared menu. If you have the chance to go in the summer the menu is a little more exciting. Last summer we were there and a little brown...more
Sushi Village is a must for every visit to Whistler. (Sometimes we'll sneak in a couple times a trip.) Be prepared to wait 45-60 minutes for a table. It's always so packed other restauranteurs have tried to open new sushi restaurants and failed. Everyone wants to come to Sushi Village. The...more
Rim Rock is a Whistler institution and worth the money. Fresh Northwest Seafood, excellent steak, and exciting alternatives like Caribou. On my last visit we spent Christmas Eve here and had their five course prefix menu which consisted of oysters on the half shell, lobster bisque, crab and butter...more
You can't get a better spot in Whistler. This is RIGHT at the base of the mountain. Excellent service. Beautiful Hotel. Well laid out rooms with living spaces and fireplaces, granted not huge but well laid out and comfortable.
Great spot for an old fashioned rib eye steak with half a dozen sauces to choose from! It's actually a back room off of the Wildflower restaurant, you can find it by the back doors to the patio. Come in spring for great unpublished deals. We've had the prime rib with all the trimmings for...more
Here is the criteria of my review... fun bar, great location and mingling with the local lifties. I would not recommend eating here. This is a great spot for people watching as well, with a big heated triangular patio that has a great view of the plaza in front of the market as well as the village lanes....more
Great Ski Resort Lodge. It's quite huge, with separate areas to purchase food. Organized well so you don't wait too long even on a packed day. If the main cafeteria area is to crowded go around the corner to the seating area you'll find another grill with a separate menu and check out....more