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Victoria, BC, British Columbia
November 3, 2002
The restaurant serves west-coast cuisine which is almost always good. Fresh seafood but also choices for meat-lovers and vegetarians. The décor is also very west coast with light woods, west coast art and a nice fireplace. Service is professional and courteous. This is definitely an upscale restaurant but doesn’t feel nearly as pretentious as other places in town. It’s comfortable and great after a long day of skiing or other activity. Prices for entrees range between $20-35cdn.
From journal Wonderful Whistler
June 8, 2002
From journal Week in Whistler
Charlotte, North Carolina
May 15, 2002
The food was very nice. We tried the appetizer sampler which included selections with a local flavor and some Asian inspiration. My favorite appetizer item was the shrimp tempura sushi. As for entrees, you have several meat and fish dishes to choose from. I chose the fish trio (three different fish selections) because I couldn’t decide which I wanted more. It was a good choice because everything was delicious. The prawns with risotto was also very nice (I even preferred it over my fish entrees). Everything is beautifully displayed and very flavorful.
The service was excellent. Our waitress was very friendly, attentive, and right on with her recommendations. The ambience was also nice (very relaxed, lots of wood – like a ski lodge, a fireplace with a roaring fire). All of this contributed to an excellent dining experience. This is a great place for a romantic dinner, a get-together with friends and family, or even a nice business dinner.
The only downside is that the restaurant is not in Whistler Village (it is about five minutes away in the Creekside portion of the mountain), no big deal if you have a car or don’t mind taking a taxi or shuttle bus.
From journal Whistler in Style