THE MOST UNIQUE PLACES TO EAT AT WHISTLER
Who doesn’t love to have a nice dinner with a delicious glass of wine, after a long day of activities, either winter or summer this Whistler Restaurants are the ultimate places to eat.
I absolutely love to eat, so when I travel I look for the best places to have a nice meal, and I plan my trips based on the places I’ve discovered
I am the kind of gal that takes time and see which restaurant has the best reviews, or the chef who opened up a nice place near by, I have to go check it out!!
So, this is a list of favorite Whistler Restaurants
4591 Blackcombway, Whistler
The steakhouse at the Four Seasons hotel, what I liked about this place is that when you order your steak, you can choose the way you would like to marinate your beef. If you are not a beef lover, there are plenty delicious fish plates. The side dishes are also a treat, you can´t miss the Rusted Squash, and the Brussels Sprouts. For dessert we had the delicious Sticky maple pudding, very very tasty!.
The service is very good, I mean you are after all at the four seasons. Very nice wine list.
2117 Whistler Road, Whistler, BC Canada
Phone: 1.877.932.5589 (Toll-Free in North America)
Phone: 604.932.5565 (Local in Whistler)
This is one of my favorite Whistler Restaurants!
First of all they have a very good service, not intrusive, very attentive.
This is the place to go, for seafood like, mussels, oysters, lobster, or the fresh fish of the day cooked at your choice, or different meat cuts, like Elk or venison, reservations are highly recommended, everything you order is going to be fresh and delicious. They have an excellent wine and cocktails menu.
IL CAMINETO DI UMBERTTO
4242 Village Stroll, Whistler
It is a nice Italian place, very elegant ambiance.
Regrettably as of April 15th, it is being renovated, and it has changed owners, and I hope it doesn’t change the quality of the food, which it was delicious, for the first course I had a capresse salad and for the second course, the gnoccis, which I enjoyed very much. They will open for summer time.
In the meantime if you are looking for an italian place you can go to Quattro, I haven’t been but read nice reviews from this place.
#11- 4340 Sundial Crescent, Whistler
Unfortunately, I couldn’t get in, they don’t take reservations, and on ski season, it can take up to 2 hours to get a table, what I suggest is going early like 6 pm to write your name down, and take a walk on the village. I’ve read from reviews that is very good sushi, and very affordable.
4090 Whistler Way, Whistler
If you don’t want to wait that long, there’s another sushi place called KA-ZE, at the Westin Hotel, they do take reservations, and the sushi, is very fresh and very good, we had the shabu-shabu, it is like a bowl with broth where you can cook vegetables, meat, chicken or seafood.
110-4222 Village Square, Whistler
I couldn’t get a reservation into this fancy, chic place, you have to get reservations,
Local farmers grow produce exclusively for Araxi, it’s been described as a Pacific northwest cuisine with a taste of Italy, seafood its their specialty, but don’t leave behind the perfectly well cooked venison or the hand made pasta with seafood. They have an extensive wine list, for the wine aficionados. The lounge is a popular place for after ski especially for the oyster bar, and a heated patio for summer is open.
4295 Blackcomb Way, Whistler
This is one of my kids favorite Whistler Restaurants, of course they were delighted to have dinner.
In the same way as Sushi Village, they don’t take reservations so be sure to go before the crowd, or for a late dinner if you don’t want to wait more than 30 min for a table.
This place is amazing, it’s like a supermarket first, you can choose from a variety of vegetables, meats, sauces and secondly, they cook it in front of you in a big grill. This place is great for vegetarians or gluten free, they use special spatulas to cook your meal. The servers are really friendly.
Now You have an excellent list of Whistler Restaurants, and now enjoy!
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