Table Nineteen Lakeside Eatery
Our two distinguished restaurant areas offer something for everyone. When booking online, please choose STANDARD SEATING for dining room reservations, or BAR SEATING for our lounge menu. Our signature three course fondue experience is available in both areas, but encouraged in the dining room. Enjoy our refined culinary take on casual lounge options, or more upscale dining room selections.
excellent food and pleasant service, great location
Have been here on numerous occasions. Generally, sevice has been good although very much dependent on individual server.
Quality is great overall.
Very nice ambiance, great fondue,great service and value for the $-I highly recommend it!
Very accommodating. Service with a smile.
Some of the dishes we ordered were a pork belly, a steak and a risotto. The pork belly and the steak were just too salty otherwise they would be so tasty... And as to the risotto I found it having too much cheese; I just personally didn't like it.
We had a wonderful evening with family from out of town. Ambience was perfect for meaningful conversation, service was spot on and everyone’s meals where beyond expectations.
Our server was perfect, the kitchen was a bit backed up due to some larger tables and she remained attentive making sure we were taken care of. Decent wine and beer choices without the exorbitant prices you see in some of the other nice restaurants in Whistler Village. We enjoyed the Ahi tuna and the Friday night special Prime rib, both delicious and very filling, hint : don't eat all the delicious cheese garlic loaf before hand! A very nice meal for under $100, I look forward to trying it again in the summer with views of the surroundings.
We went for the fondue for Valentine’s and were disappointed that the menu for that has changed, but still enjoyed the two courses of fondue.
The best place in Whistler for cheese fondue during the winter, plus they have a well priced special dinner on Wednesdays
Fondue was not very good and they use potato as filler in it.. Gives it a grainy texture..
We had friends in from out of town and decided to make reservations at Table Nineteen to be away from the Village. It's a great spot and the service was great and the food delicious.
We will be back again.
We bought the fondue at the Cornucopia fundraiser. It was for four people and expired quickly. So just two of us went for dinner. I thank the manger for allowing us to come on the weekend since that is the only time we were in town. I am glad to support a good cause but if I had to pay for the fondue dinner we received I would not have been impressed.
Our server was excellent & the asst. Manager was helpful but could of come and say Hi when we arrived.
Delightful and surprisingly good
I knew about this restaurant many years ago and as a golfer its location at Nicklaus North Golf Club makes it well worth a visit.
Whistler’s main restaurants were very busy due to a conference and Pride week in town so booking something for our group of 8 was proving difficult to say the least!
Nineteen Lakeside Eatery came to our rescue ... we had a great meal, served by charming staff in one of Jack’s signature venues. Really top notch from beginning to end and reasonably priced too!
Fondue appetizer was good not great. Risotto main was not good. Won't be going back unless playing golf there and stopping there for apres. Way better options in Whistler.
Intimate, cozy, great food, reasonable prices for Whistler and free parking.
Excellent food excellent service. My only concern was that OpenTable did not provide accurate information on availability. We tried to book for five people but could only book for four, yet they were many tables free with six and more seats. Furthermore the time that we preferred was shown as unavailable yet there were many tables free at this time. This excellent restaurant should look for another booking service.
Always a favorite place to go after a skate ski with a group of friends & very nice treat to get a visit from the GM Jason Lowe
Excellent evening all round. Food and service was terrific and prices reasonable. Throughly enjoyed it.
We came early for the early bird fondue and was charged full price, a difference of $16 per person when I brought this to our servers attention she said since her manager was gone she couldn't adjust it...after some efforts and embarrassing me in front of my lady friend she managed to give 15% off and said it was the same thing....which was not but at this point my friend told me not to worry about it..as a long time local I'll probably never be back...fundue was ok but not worth $48. Should have gone to the Chalet instead but was drawn in by the special that didn't exist.
Besides being well known for their fondue dinners, this is a great spot to stop at the end of any of your Whistler day-time activities (golfing and cycling summer, cross country skiing or snowshoeing in winter). Best nachos in town, and their Lakeside burger and fries is hard to beat (maybe a touch less bun would put it over the top). Happy hour includes beer and wine specials and big discounts on the aforementioned burger, nachos and cheese fondue. In the summer, their patio is the best in town for terrific views and a wonderful ambience.
Great ambiance great food and service.
Nice to have our guest walk from Alpine Meadows at Belle Neige Suites: Whistler !
Excellent experience, thank you !
We were there to sample the cheese fondue. We enjoyed the evening. The caesar salad was tasty and the cheese fondue had a generous amount of cheese in the warming unit to work through. We finished with the chocolate fondue sampling pineapple, strawberries, banana bread and marshmallows. Everything was served at a good temperature and the quantities of food were appropriate.
Worth the very short drive from Whistler Village. Not your regular golf club fare. Lovely servers, excellent menu (incredible fondue too!). We will definitely return.
We have been to Table Nineteen a few times, and we’re never disappointed. Whether bar seating or in the dining room, the atmosphere is great. A good mid-way point between casual and fine dining, TN provides great service with delicious food. This time around we had their three course fondue dinner. Tasty and filling. Good drinks list, too, including some unique concoctions like the Dill Pickle Martini, pictured here (it was delicious)!
Ample parking and a spacious dining area complete the experience. We will be back, for sure.
So far, the BEST overall restaurant in Whistler. Finally some place that makes a beet salad with huge chunks of beets!
Beautiful dining room. Very country club feel. Taxi ride was 14 bucks and scenic. Maybe 10-15 min. A keeper!
Delicious food. Great services.
Fabulous food and great service. The manager was extremely attentive to all the guests which was a huge plus compared to other whistler restaurants we went to over the festive season.
There was a bit of a mix up on our Christmas dinner order and the manager came to our table and straightened it out in a jiffy. The staff could not have been nicer (as usual). This is one of our favourite spots in Whistler as we are never disappointed in the food, service or atmosphere.
Our family had dinner at Table Nineteen on Christmas Eve and had a wonderful time. The food was great, the restaurant is relaxed and comfortable, and the service was very good. I have already recommended Table Nineteen to friends and family if they are around Whistler.
Food was great
No good for Veggie or Vegan fare. 1 bread, 2 salads and risotto or veggie burger are your only V choices.
Great fondue dinner for group of 6. Our 2nd time at Table 19 and loved it- plan to go back before end of ski season again.
The menu was not as good as it has been in the past. No guacamole for nachos, no beef dip, no fish and chips. Friend and I agree that we are sad of the changes.
I understand it was a training night but all our food came at once so we felt rushed to get through salad because fondue was sitting waiting. Also need improvement on music selection. Listening to Freddie Mercury and Queen at Christmas not great. Otherwise was an excellent evening!
The fondue was excellent. I was disappointed that they did not honor what their menu stated about their Wednesday night special of Fondue for two with a bottle of wine. The waitress said that the special would not be in honored until January 1st. If that was the case they should not have had that menu out.
For many years we have been coming to the restaurant and have been pleased with the food and the value. This December 18 our wedding anniversary was a dinner date we look forward to. Staff was polite and friendly and we were seated without delay. The first that was served was a change in menu. Instead of the 4 course Fondue Meal we were informed that the service was only 3 course. but we were reassured that the meal would be as enjoyable. From the introduction we decided to stay. At the very least although there was one less course that the chef was including some other tid bits that would round out the meal and provide some balance for the lost course. We ordered the Fondue for 2.
The salad was fresh and tasty, all good so far. Next course "The Fondue" was served. When we were served the accompaniments the first major disappointment. Fondue looked Ok but was flat. No taste , the bread was very stale and the potatoes and veggies seemed lame. A lack of variety and inconsistently prepared. AND nothing else. For what we were paying, large disappointment. Did not seem like a special more like "lets see how much we can make off of each plate. Then came the final course. Chocolate Fondue. We expected that at least to be a winner. The cold liquid we were served did taste like chocolate but not great. We asked if they would please warm it up. Yes it was taken from us and returned but the temperature was not much improved. The banana bread was stale but the fruit was fresh. Unfortunately the pieces were so large they had to be cut at the table again. Fortunately the server had forgotten a knife from the Fondue course so we were able to help ourselves. The server was reasonable. Unfortunately the food did not live up to expectations. A large disappointment. Cannot any longer recommend your Fondue Meal. Please don't mess with the Prime Rib Night.
I have had tuna poke many times before. $ 17 and very generous portion of tuna. Lately the tuna is hard to find in the dish maybe less than half as much as before at $ 24 now. Change of management or chef???
We had a wonderfull delocious mail heer. We round you in the dinnermap of Wistler.
One remark: place signs hoe to find the entrance of the restaurant.
Recommend hiring a chef!!! Very disappointing. Chowder was OK. Crabs cakes have too much filllers, can not taste any crab, aioli and dressing lacked flavor. Salt & Pepper wings needed both salt and pepper and were from a baby chicken, blue cheese dip poured like milk! Cocktails were the best part of this experience.
We had a very disappointing lunch. The menu was limited, and the service was slow. The coffee mug had chips along the edges, and generally there were crumbs on the carpet at 11:45 in the a.m.
The prices were expensive for the offering, and it was mediocre. It was disappointing for us as we were having lunch before a special wedding lakeside.
Unless they "up their game", I would suggest a pass.
A couple years ago we had a nice fondue dinner so this was an unfortunate disappointment.