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8632PaulWhistlerSince July 1, 20105 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (4)
  • Food4 (4.2)
  • Service3.5 (3.6)
  • Value4.5 (4.4)
  • Ambiance4 (3.8)

Reviews

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Sushi Village4272 Mountain Square, Whistler
Some of the Very Best Sushi
Submitted Wednesday, June 30, 2010 - 8:44pm [Dine in]

Sushi Village is located right near the base of both ski resorts. Generally Whistler food doesn't come cheap and those used to Vancouver pricing may at times find Sushi Village more expensive than they're used to (judging by some other reviewers). But, Sushi Village has excellent food, excellent service and is a key part of the Whistler social network. The seafood used in SV food is excellent. Always fresh and clean tasting. The KFC, SASS, Crunchy Cali, Box, Dynamite, PS Roll and the Super Hero are all exceptional and somewhat unique to SV. The staff are all good people and most have been there for years. I've never had a bad meal at Sushi Village and I've a great many. Also of note, it's worth coming down off the mountain for lunch at SV. The Katsudon meal is great value compared to some of the other resort options!

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Tokyo Miyako630 Davie St., Vancouver
Best Value Sushi So Far
Submitted Wednesday, June 30, 2010 - 8:27pm [Dine in]

Often 'bargain' sushi is, at best, just okay. Good value, good fun, but you generally get what you pay for. We were very surprised by just how good the sushi at Tokyo Miyako was. We were looking for a quick snack but decided to have more when we saw the dinner special pricing. Miso, two rolls, an additional choice (Spicy Agadashi Tofu was my selection) and a beer for $10.50. I didn't expect much to be honest, but I was wrong. The sushi rolls were of better than average quality and the quantity was excellent. The waitress was efficient, but at this price point you're just thankful they bring it to the table. The place seemed quite clean and there was nothing to complain about that I saw. The sushi chefs seemed to enjoy their jobs and added a cheerful feel to the place. I had the Dynamite Roll, Cali Roll and as mentioned, Spicy Agadashi Tofu. The choice of beer was limited to Kokanee and Canadian, but for the price I wasn't complaining! Overall, very good, very reasonable and I'll definitely go back.

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Rim Rock Cafe And Oyster Bar2117 Whistler Rd., Whistler
The Best
Submitted Wednesday, June 30, 2010 - 6:15pm [Dine in]

Without a doubt the Rimrock ranks as one the best places to eat anywhere. I travel for much of my living and am fortunate enough to visit a good variety of restaurants, but coming home to the Rimrock is always a special night out. The prices are 'high', but of course they are for what they are offering. The service staff is very professional and many of them have been there since the doors opened. The head chef is in my mind the best in Whistler and easily one of the best in the province. The ambiance can be as good as it gets, if you get the right tables. On the odd occasion, the noise level can ben higher than hoped for, but this comes with being in a busy tourist town sometimes. Everyone has a favourite, but this is mine.

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Kypriaki Norte4122 Village Green, Whistler
Good Greek at Very Good Prices
Submitted Wednesday, June 30, 2010 - 6:07pm [Dine in]

Kyriaki Norte had an '80s prices' special recently. The prices were indeed reminiscent of many years ago, although possibly the portions may have shrank slightly as well. Our waitress was very good, friendly and attentive. The food and the evening in general, was very enjoyable. The chicken souvlaki was well prepared, no complaints aside from wishing there was a bit more of it. My wife had the roast lamb and it was very good and plentiful. Luckily she was able to share some with me. We had a litre of the house red, which wasn't great but about right for the $30 price. Overall, not at all bad.

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Mix by Ric's, The4154 Village Green, Whistler
Great food at unbelievable price
Submitted Wednesday, June 30, 2010 - 5:59pm [Dine in]

I was able to enjoy the 'low season' $25 three course special this spring. The service was very good and not at all slow as others have reported. Our waitress was friendly and attentive. I haven't had food that good for that price in Whistler in many years. I would definitely go back for the spring specials or the next time it is offered.

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