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Restaurants in Whistler?

jsaint May 30, 2009 05:20 PM

Any input on where to eat in Whistler...lunch, dinner, no worries about price...thanks!

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  1. victoriafoodie May 30, 2009 05:36 PM

    Bearing in mind that it has been probably 7-8 years since then, one of the best meals I've ever had was at Quattro in Whistler. They put us (a huge corporate group) into the wine cellar with a long, family-style table. The first time I'd ever had zabaglione - a day to remember for sure.

    I have heard excellent things about Bearfoot Bistro but have not made it there yet.

    1. shoku_tsu May 30, 2009 06:43 PM

      A similar thread from a few months back has some suggestions...

      I'd second vangirl's recommendation on Sachi Sushi - had a great meal there recently myself.

      1. Cancuk May 31, 2009 01:16 AM

        If money isn't a problem:

        1. Bearfoot
        1a. Araxi

        (or vise versa)

        The rest (which are still good): Apres, Quattro, Rim Rock, etc.

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        1. re: Cancuk
          tdp Nov 22, 2010 08:11 PM

          Apres is gone now.....Quattro is one of your BEST bets.

          4338 Main St, Whistler, BC V0N1B4, CA

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          andy222 Jun 28, 2009 04:56 PM

          For lunch I would recommend going up Whistler mountain to dine at Steeps grill - fantastic views. For dinner, you may be interested in trying the dining tour that takes you to 5 great restaurants in one night (see link below). We did it a few months back and it was heaps of fun! Bon Appetite.

          Whistler Tasting Tours
          201-4111 Golfers Approach, Whistler, BC V0N1B4, CA

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          1. re: andy222
            KWynn Jul 9, 2009 06:45 AM

            Anyone else done the Whistler Tasting Tour? It sounds like a blast!
            We'll be there for 2 nights and currently have a reservation at both Mountain Club and Quattro for the first night (indecisive between the 2) and Barefoot Bistro the second night. Curious if we should switch one for the tasting tour...only concern is that it looks like it starts early (4:45?) and the first day we don't in until 4pm (taking the bus from YVR). We'll be on east coast time after traveling most of the day from DC and NY so will definitely want to make it an early night, but figure that the tour might be a great intro to our trip and a fun way to try out a bunch of places, potentially re-visiting one the second night...

          2. evec Jun 29, 2009 09:58 AM

            Araxi for sure, and bearfoot bistro is always amazing

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