Sometimes it seems like the same group of restaurants get all the love. Well, that ends today. If you delve a little deeper into the food scene in Whistler, you’re bound to unearth plenty of hidden hot spots.
The Caesar salad was delicious and the poutine was good. Definitely order some poutine if you're from the US. The pulled pork sandwich was just OK, slightly on the burned side. -- Robert Maes via Foursquare
Solid restaurant serving gastronomic nortwestern fare. If you add a stellar wine list and the matching service, all this probably makes it the best dining spot in town. Pricey but highly recommended. -- fabian roosens via Foursquare
Nigiri is by far, best fish in Whistler. Tell the sensei to arrange the diamond especial with fish of your choice. King crab sunomono not great. Better to reserve. A place for insiders. Big choice -- Paco Tortolero via Foursquare
You know you're going the right way when start to smell waffle comes in the air. Amazing flavors and the cutest store honestly ever. *peep the various clever t-shirts with cow puns (ex. Cow of Duty😏) -- Jess Naldo via Foursquare