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reddlynxWhistlerSince September 18, 20117 Reviews
Average Rating
4 (3.8)
  • Food4 (4.1)
  • Service3.5 (3.4)
  • Value3.5 (3.7)
  • Ambiance3.5 (3.7)

Reviews

Displaying 1 - 7 of 7 Reviews Found
Mongolie Grill4295 Blackcomb Way, #201, Whistler
Watch that Bowl Size!
Submitted Sunday, December 1, 2013 - 3:22pm [Dine in]

Went with the family over the American Thanksgiving weekend. Was seated quickly without a reservation--Yeah!. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The waiter warned us not to overdo it on the bowl size. Of course my son did not heed the advice and selected the large bowl and racked up a bill of $45. Is a 1/2 kilo of sprouts the same value as 1/2 kilo of shrimp? I always get nervous when I am asked to prepare my own meal. I don't know what I want or what tastes good all mixed up. I took a chance and selected the "manager's select" sauce and it was delicious.

Stay with the small bowls unless you are a trained professional or an 19 year old man with Daddy's credit card..

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Quattro At Whistler4319 Main St, Whistler
Cibo eccellente. Meglio di cucina di mamma
Submitted Saturday, August 25, 2012 - 9:18am [Dine in]

It was late Friday night and my party of four was starving and ready for some good Italian food. Our target was Quattro Whistler. After spending 10 minutes searching for the restaurant, we finally found it off Main Street. We had no reservation and was seated immediately. We knew the evening was going to be special.

The Quottro martinis were delicious, generous and potent. We ordered the Antipasto appetizer, which was an assorted hot and cold plate, served family style. Every item was absolutely fantastic. My only recommendation is for them to label the delicacies so that we know what we were eating.

One of us enjoyed the Spaghetti Pescatore which was a seafood mouthwatering dish. Another enjoyed the elk chops on the specials menu. He ordered it rare and it was served medium well. The server quickly corrected the oversight and returned a perfectly prepared dish.

Me and the Mrs enjoyed the Five Pasta Combination plate. This plate included fusilli tartufati, fettuccine pomodoro, spaghetti amatriciana, tagiatelle pesto, fettuccine ghiottone.

We will definitively be returning to Quattro in the near future.

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21 Steps4433 Sundial Pl, Whistler
Variety is the Spice of Life
Submitted Wednesday, June 20, 2012 - 7:31am [Dine in]

21 Steps is always my go to resturant for a variety of great tasting food. I can the 3 for 35. Enjoyed a fresh salad and the BC Salmon Bowl. Both were super delicious. Great place to take your friends when you want to impress them.

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Alta Bistro4319 Main Street, #104, Whistler
My New Favorite
Submitted Saturday, May 5, 2012 - 7:53am [Dine in]

My wife and I dropped in without reservations. They found us a table immediately. My wife order the $25 menu and I ordered the $35. She had the Spring Salad, Goat Cheese and Buttermilk Mousse, and the Pork Cheeks. I enjoyed the Chicken Terrine, Pacific Cod and Mussels. My entrée was the Duck Breasts. The servers took the time to explain to me what Buttermilk Mousse was as well as where Pork Cheeks come from. I also learned that Chicken Terrine is a paste rather than a chicken part.

Everything was served elegantly and it was all delicious. The attention to little details was amazing. Alta Bistro is my new favorite Whistler restaurant.

I will be back to impress my gourmet chef friends who think I am a total hick when it comes to dining.

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White Spot4005 Whistler Way, Whistler
Great Hamburgers, Server went MIA
Submitted Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - 7:05am [Dine in]

First I have to mention that I started with low expections. All I wanted was a big juicy hamburger and fries.The food met my pre-lowered expectations. The service, however, failed to meet my expectations.

My advice to fellow diners is to order (2) drinks, (2) fries and extra condiments when you place your initial order -- for this will be the last time you will ever see your server. I don't know where she went, but we had to finish our hamburger without a drink refill and no extra sauce for our fries. I saw other servers walk by our table, but our server totally disappeared. My wife and I felt a bet abused and victimized.

Dear Mr. Spot, If you are going to run a "McDonald's like" burger joint, please lower your prices and add a drink dispenser so that I can have refills when I need them. A front counter for easy ordering would be recommended. You can save money on servers and cooks and just buy everything prepackaged. You have a great location. It is shame to see you squander good real estate. Just a thought...

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Araxi Restaurant + Bar4222 Village Square, Whistler
What a Deal -5 courses for $30
Submitted Friday, October 28, 2011 - 1:18am [Dine in]

What a deal! Had the 5 courses for $30 offer and it was delicous. We had 8 people in our party and they all ordered different combinations of the 5 course deal. I had the duck which was fantastic. Another ordered the steak and we all felt it was the best steak ever. Desserts were wonderful.

The wine list looked very complete. Ordered two types of wines that were perfectly paired with the food.

Everyone was very impressed and are looking forward to our next Whistler visit.

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Sachi Sushi4359 Main St., #106, Whistler
Favorite Sushi Place in Whistler
Submitted Sunday, September 18, 2011 - 8:30am [Dine in]

We love this place whenever we are in Whistler. I love how the service the sushi on a little wooden boat. The food is fresh and well prepared and presented. Favorite sushi was the spicy tuna roll as well as the spider roll. Never had a disappointing meal or experience.

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