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Whistler Restaurant Reviews
Fat Tony's Pizza4122 Village Green, #11, Whistler
Best pizza ever!!
By Jessica smith of Vancouver (1 Review)
Submitted Sunday, January 2, 2011 - 5:22am [Dine in]

My husband and I are frequent visitors to whistler and we've ordered Fat Tonys a few times now. The first 2 times we opted for delivery. Not only was the pizza hot and fresh when it arrived but it was pretty quick (we waited about 45 minutes on a Saturday night) and the delivery guy was very friendly and helpful. The first time we ordered a large beef and blue cheese (our hotel recommended we give it a try) and we were not disappointed. I can see why people say its a must try when visiting whistler. The 2nd time we ordered a couple larges and although they were a little pricey (28 for a large meat lovers and 20 for the beef and blue cheese, but that seems to be the whistler way) we were extremely satisfied. I would recommend the pizza to anyone who asked. The 3rd time we decided to give the restaurant at the base of the gondola a try. We didn't regret our decision to venture out. Although our pizza took a little while to cook it was delicious and the servers were all very pleasant. They are licensed (Our kokanees were only 4.50 a bottle!) And we walked away feeling we got an excellent meal for a great value. The restaurant itself is more like a cafeteria style setting then fine dining, but that's to be expected when walking into a pizzeria. Again I would definitely recommend a friend give this place a try :)

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Mongolie Grill4295 Blackcomb Way, #201, Whistler
Good times to be had
By nathanwaters of vancouver, bc (1 Review)
Submitted Saturday, December 25, 2010 - 4:45pm [Dine in]

Food is excellent, and you make your own dish which allows you to customize it to perfection! One of my favorite places in all of Whistler. Only problem is you get so carried away creating your own dish that the price always ends up being higher than expected. Hard to spend less than $30 on a meal and easy to spend $40. But aside that this place is amazing and the food is worth every penny!

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Bavaria Restaurant4369 Main St., 101, Whistler
Great all around food & service
By ukpan of Houston, TX (1 Review)
Submitted Tuesday, November 30, 2010 - 9:27pm [Dine in]

My wife & I popped in here at the very start of the ski season. The place was pretty quiet but we got great service from the manager/waiter. My wife tried the schnitzel, and I tried the Pork Roast. Both were great, and the presentation perfect for both too. We would definitely go back the next time we are in town.

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Creekbread2021 Karen Crescent, Whistler
Wow... what a great spot in Whistler
By Slack of Whistler, BC (1 Review)
Submitted Wednesday, November 24, 2010 - 6:56pm [Dine in]

I have recently moved to Whistler (surprise), and went out with a friend for dinner here. After having some sub par meals at other restaurants in town I was blown away by the quality of the food and the outstanding service. I would not hesitate to recommend this restaurant to any tourists or locals! These people get it, they understand what customer service is all about. I am not really a person who eats "organic" however the quality and taste of the toppings on these pizzas will make you want to be an organic kind of person. If two words could sum up Creekbread it would be "simply amazing".

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Amsterdam Cafe, The4232 Village Stroll, Whistler
Horrible Service
By Winegal of Surrey (5 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, November 21, 2010 - 3:25pm [Dine in]

Recently ate at the Amsterdam Cafe. Food was okay. Nothin special, but not much was expected of pub grub anyways, and since its in the middle of the Village it was a bit overpriced. Service was horrendous. Waitress was putting on her eyeliner when we entered and just told us to sit wherever. Looked like she just rolled out of bed, and acted like it was a huge inconvenience for her to serve us. Very unwelcoming, and just very unprofessional over all. Didnt expect 5 star service at a place like this but this waitress was extremely RUDE. Very uncomfortable and awkward lunch experience. Not recommended and Will not be back.

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Amsterdam Cafe, The4232 Village Stroll, Whistler
Horrible Service
By Winegal of Surrey (5 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, November 21, 2010 - 3:25pm [Dine in]

Recently ate at the Amsterdam Cafe. Food was okay. Nothin special, but not much was expected of pub grub anyways, and since its in the middle of the Village it was a bit overpriced. Service was horrendous. Waitress was putting on her eyeliner when we entered and just told us to sit wherever. Looked like she just rolled out of bed, and acted like it was a huge inconvenience for her to serve us. Very unwelcoming, and just very unprofessional over all. Didnt expect 5 star service at a place like this but this waitress was extremely RUDE. Very uncomfortable and awkward lunch experience. Not recommended and Will not be back.

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Sachi Sushi4359 Main St., #106, Whistler
Worst sushi we've ever had
By jasondana of Surrey (1 Review)
Submitted Sunday, November 14, 2010 - 10:58pm [Take-out]

This is the only sushi place we've visited in Whistler, so who knows how it compares with it's immediate competitors. But we're used to Vancouver sushi, where it's fresh, and a roll is large and cut into 8 pieces. It was painful to pay significantly more per roll (as compared to Vancouver sushi shops) and to receive dinky little rolls, and only 6 pieces. The rolls were overly salty, and our veggie tempura was not cooked (unless you like your yam hard and cold).

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Bearfoot Bistro4121 Village Green, Whistler
Could be top-notch, not quite hitting the mark but close
By Rasputin45 of Kitsilano, Vancouver (97 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, October 26, 2010 - 10:21pm [Dine in]

I am reviewing this restaurant based on our expectations of a fine-dining experience. The place was rather empty when we walked in, I was surprised because I had heard this place was great from more than one person. We were seated and then ordered each a 3-course menu for $48. I liked how they let me order 2 appetizers and a main because I am not a big dessert fan. The food was VERY VERY GOOD bordering on excellent, my pork belly appetizer was good and the duck 3 ways was SO GOOD, I would give it a 9.5 out of 10 and I am pretty stingy with my ratings. My main dish, the lamb, was only OK in comparison, it came with a tortellini that was sort of crusty on top because it had either not been cooked through or had been sitting around too long -- inexcusable in my opinion. My husband is vegetarian, he loved his roasted vegetable appetizer, but his main, an orzo risotto, was not great. It had a yucky raisin puree that sort of ruined the dish (especially for me since I hate raisins, but he likes raisins and also didn't care for it much). He loved his toronne dessert, though. The service was friendly but frankly sub-par, the wine took forever to come, food was a long time in between courses, at one point the server took our bread away promising to bring more and never returned with more bread. BUT I did sort of love the hostess, she really cared about our experience and how we enjoyed the food, I wish she had been our server!

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Creekbread2021 Karen Crescent, Whistler
the best pizza in whistler
By charles davis of Vancouver (2 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, October 21, 2010 - 8:04pm [Dine in]

The best pizza that I've been eating in whistler! The place is really nice and warm with a beautiful wood burning oven (a really show for my kids)! The real friendly atmosphere of the mountain with their big wood tables and benches. Service is good and attentive, the desserts are homemade and especially the pizzas are really good and cheap. Fine paste, well stocked with fresh ingredients, simple and original compositions, good size, I just love it.
Notice to the true lovers of pizza, you will not be disappointed!!

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Bavaria Restaurant4369 Main St., 101, Whistler
oktoberfest!!!!!
By charles davis of Vancouver (2 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, October 21, 2010 - 5:50pm [Dine in]

We were in Whistler this weekend and stopped at Bavaria Restaurant, celebrating Oktoberfest!!!! What a program!!!
The welcome was warm and wonderful atmosphere with live music!
Our waitress was dressed in traditional Bavarian, some Oktoberfest hats were available and a nice list of German beers all for a great evening launches!
it has not been disappointed! we had a very good service, special Oktoberfest menu 3 courses for $ 32 was very good, with lot of the German specialties. I strongly recommend them!
See you this winter for a Swiss fondue and thank you for this pleasant moment

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Crepe Montagne4368 Main Street, 116, Whistler
crepes here have somehow morphed into expensive wraps!!
By redfish of Richmond (23 Reviews)
Submitted Tuesday, September 14, 2010 - 8:41pm [Dine in]

We used to be a huge fan of this place...what happenend? Not only have the prices gone up bigtime, but the CREPES are tough and more like wraps. VERY disappointing the last 2 times within a couple of years that we have been here. Most crepes are in the $20+ range with a small salad. Service is adequate in simple surroundings but the issue is with the crepes!! fillings ar egood but the crepe is BAD...Will not return unless I hear some good reports. So many better places to eat in Whistler.

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Bearfoot Bistro4121 Village Green, Whistler
3 course dine-out a stand-out; truly gourmet with fabulous service
By redfish of Richmond (23 Reviews)
Submitted Thursday, September 9, 2010 - 4:03pm [Dine in]

This is a rather belated review of a meal had during the June dine-out (3 courses for $45). Really 4 choices in each category (appi, main, dessert); rest were available an added cost. To start off; complimentary valet parking.. and after our meal the car was awaiting us, idling. The person who brought it vanished before we could tip him.
The focus is on the food here with a light over each table in a somewhat spartan room; lovely bar and live music though. My friend and I had several people serving us; each knowledgable and very courteous. The food was fabulous with incredible presentations on the mains and dessert. (The assortment of chocolate desserts on one long plate was a work of art, with flavours to die for.) Amuse-bouche and house-made sorbet between courses were nice touches. When we enquired as to the location of the washrooms (in the Listel hotel) we were personally led there.
The wine list, as expected is not inexpensive, but there are several selections available by the glass.
I somehow expected this place to be snobby but it was not; just great chefs and servers all working together to make memorables meals and evenings for their guests.

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Ric's Grill4154 Village Green, Whistler
worst coffee I've had in BC; no smoothies as the blender was broken; server and chef both forgot stuff
By redfish of Richmond (23 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, September 8, 2010 - 4:06pm [Dine in]

Went here for breakfast last weekend. Have not heard good things and now i see why. Tthe server brought coffee that was light in colour and had bubbles on it (soap?); also LUKEWARM!! And $3.25! Then my daughter asked for a smoothie (which is why we decided to come in the first place); well the blender was broken even though there is a full on bar. (There are stores in Whistler in which to purchase these things.)

Eventually waiter took our order, forgot to ask about the kind of toast. We told him but it came as we were almost done our meal. Also the frittata was supposed to have corn in it; not a kernel to be seen.

So many other better places to eat!

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Pasta Lupino Gourmet4368 Main St., 121, Whistler
Good value in Whistler
By VJB of abbotsford (171 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, September 5, 2010 - 2:48pm [Dine in]

Most of the restaurants in Whistler seem to be very expensive. We were staying overnight in Whistler before returning home from vacation and we wanted something more substantial than pizza or a burger but we didn't want to spend $30.00 + for dinner.

Pasta Lupino was perfect for what we wanted. At dinner you can have your choice of pasta and sauce for $12.95, this includes a choice of Caesar or mixed green salad and also your pick from 3 different soups. The pasta is served with foccaccia bread. They also have 6 or 7 entrees priced around $15.95. These entrees also come with the same accompaniements. I had linguine with bolognese sauce and my husband opted for Hot Italian sausage with pasta. Both dishes were well prepared, the pasta was al dente and the serving was a decent size. For a small restaurant they also have a decent wine list. Dinner for the two of us with tip and a bottle of wine was $60.00.

The service was decent. The waitress was pleasant and seated us promptly and took our order and delivered our meal in a timely fashion.

It is a small cozy restaurant with wooden chairs and tables. They seem to do a pretty good take out business as well.

Recommended if you're in Whistler and do not wish to blow the wad at the high end restaurants.

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Wildflower4599 Chateau Blvd., Whistler
Beyond Expectations!
By aznfamlee of Burnaby (2 Reviews)
Submitted Saturday, September 4, 2010 - 7:38pm [Dine in]

My family and I am up in Whistler for the long weekend. A co-worker of mine recommended Wildflower to me and since we were staying within walking distance of the Chateau Whistler, we decided to give it a go. To our surprise, the Chateau Whistler was offering a $20.10 special which included an entree and dessert. To our delight, the Saturday special was prime rib and the dessert was lemon meringue tart. Being the long weekend, the restaurant was quite busy. The decor was pure elegance. Our server Cindy was extremely helpful, friendly and attentive throughout our entire meal. The complimentary bread was warm and delicious, as if it just came out of the oven. When our prime rib dinner arrived, I was quite surprised about the portion size. Must have been around 12-14 ounces. Combined with yorkshire pudding, veggies and mashed potatoe, needless to say my tummy was very happy and content. The lemon meringue tart was just what I needed to end this perfect meal. All this for $20.10, what a deal indeed. Too bad we werent staying longer cuz I'd be there every night!

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Trattoria Di Umberto Restaurant4417 Sundial Pl., Whistler
Excellent evening
By Nashville Visitor of Tennessee (1 Review)
Submitted Thursday, August 26, 2010 - 7:20pm [Dine in]

The service was very good and the food was excellent. I would definitely recommend this place. It was a bit loud but typical for European style family restaurant. The seafood pasta was superb and bolognese was very well done. Good wine list. Would definitely go back.

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White Spot4005 Whistler Way, Whistler
consistent food, terrible service
By mmmmgood of maple ridge BC (7 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, August 22, 2010 - 11:50pm [Dine in]

Went to white spot as it was across from our hotel. we went on a Friday night for dinner. Clean restaurant and good size. My dining partner had the fish and chips and I had the flatbread pizza with salad. the food itself was consistent white spot fair, no complaints. the complaint was the service,absolutely terrible. There were many tables just sitting waiting,and our waitress messed up our drink orders and completely ignored us-she didnt come back to us until it was time to drop off the bill,so we had to ask the person who brought the food to correct the order. Good restaurant to take the kids,always know what you are going to get. just dont expect it very quickly.

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Roland's Creekside Pub2129 Lake Placid Road, Whistler
Very Pleasant Experience
By JenE of Vancouver (2 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, August 15, 2010 - 8:08pm [Dine in]

I would totally recommend Roland's to anyone who is looking for a nice, relaxing, casual pub meal. My husband and I were there in August and the patio was fantastic! He had the Beef Dip and was highly impressed with it. The server (Angie) was telling us that the owners are really into BBQ and they do all their own meat right there. My husband is a foodie and he said it was excellent (he's a hard one to impress). I had the Cobb Salad which was also quite delicious. The chef forgot to put the cheese and bacon on it, which I didn't realize until I was almost done (i really didn't need it). I mentioned it to Angie and they took 25% off my bill right away and were very apologetic.

Service was expedient and friendly, atmosphere was wonderful, prices were decent. All in all, I would recommend this place to anyone and would go back in a heartbeat.

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Bavaria Restaurant4369 Main St., 101, Whistler
Dissapointment
By JenE of Vancouver (2 Reviews)
Submitted Sunday, August 15, 2010 - 8:03pm [Dine in]

My husband and I went to the Bavaria Restaurant for a nice dinner on a romantic getaway. My Grandmother was Austrian and used to cook Schnitzel, Spaetzle and Red Cabbage so I was excited to try this place. The food, I thought, was good but not fantastic (my husband wasn't impressed). We had wine, etc and our bill was almost $100 so we spent some decent money here, so we were so put off that the server was so rude and unfriendly towards us. He did a good job, but made the experience less than pleasant with his unfriendly, pretentious attitude and made us feel rushed - the one time we didn't need to rush. There were only two other tables in the restaurant, so it's not like it was busy. They advertised a sunny patio on the front door but the patio wasn't even set up (this was in August). There was zero ambience in this place.

I would NEVER go back here because of the way we were treated and wished we had spent our money else where.

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Bearfoot Bistro4121 Village Green, Whistler
a night to remember
By michellevv of Toronto ON (4 Reviews)
Submitted Wednesday, August 11, 2010 - 4:56pm [Dine in]

I had the foie gras -the real thing, not the mousse of duck and chicken liver Lumiere dares to serve as terrine!- and it was served 3 ways, each amazing, subtle and perfectly done. The Kobe beef was exceptional, the wine match impeccable and dessert was delicious and yet the perfect size.
Of course this kind of diner doesn't come cheap; but we will return since it is is worth spending your hard earned dollars where it is worth the experience!

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