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Whistler Upper Village Restaurants

Fifi's BistroFifi's Bistro
71 reviews
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Comfort Food | Whistler Upper Village, Whistler / Blackcomb

Small bistro type restaurant in Blackcomb . Food very good and tasty option for vegetarians . It’s also a great breakfast spot We enjoyed it and went three times Quieter than the average Whistler dining experience which is generally fairly hectic and a bit rowdy! More

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Legs DiamondLegs Diamond
56 reviews
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American | Whistler Upper Village, Whistler / Blackcomb

Great service and delicious meals for all capped off a wonderful birthday celebration at Legs Diamond. Our son raved about his duck entree. I really enjoyed my deconstructed Beef Wellington, which could only have been improved by a touch more seasoning. All in all, we thoroughly enjoyed our experience and can highly recommend the venue. More

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Milestones Grill + Bar - WhistlerMilestones Grill + Bar - Whistler
150 reviews
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Global, International | Whistler Upper Village, Whistler / Blackcomb

Reliable middle-of-the-road fare for families in Whistler's Upper Village. The resort was surprisingly not very busy this Spring Break (2019), so we were seated immediately, and the high-ceilinged room was quieter and more spacious than usual. Our waitress was pleasant and attentive, but she plunked plates on the table in a manner that seemed perfunctory and detracted from the mood (maybe placemats to cushion the landing would help?). Food was straightforward fare with a touch of adventurousness. Lobster roll appetizer was nice -- reminded me of Prince Edward Island! Chili chicken bowl could use more vegetables, like the Mediterranean Chicken has. Steak was OK, but better can be had at The Keg for a similar or slightly higher price. White chocolate cheesecake seemed heavy, perhaps because we have been eating the lighter Japanese style lately, but as a shared dessert disappeared quickly. We were served efficiently but didn't feel at all rushed, and were able to head back to our hotel in a timely fashion to get plenty of rest for the next day of skiing. More

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