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BryanZ

Planning 5 Days in Vancouver and Whistler

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Bryan, did you find anything decent in Whistler?

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A few more affordable options in Whistler are:

Caramba for the Calamari al Plancha. It is outstanding! There are many other tasty dishes on the menu as well - Pot Roast, Leg of Lamb, fantastic thin crust pizzas etc. and they have a decent wine list including an affordable Reserve list. It is the same owher as the more upscale La Rua.

Sushi Village

Tandoori King - same owners as in Vancouver, I think.

Ciao-Thyme Bistro - this is Chef Bernard's new name, it is casual and great for lunch.

Enjoy yourself!

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A few more affordable options in Whistler are:

Caramba for the Calamari al Plancha.  It is outstanding!  There are many other tasty dishes on the menu as well - Pot Roast, Leg of Lamb, fantastic thin crust pizzas etc. and they have a decent wine list including an affordable Reserve list.  It is the same owher as the more upscale La Rua.

Sushi Village

Tandoori King - same owners as in Vancouver, I think.

Ciao-Thyme Bistro - this is Chef Bernard's new name, it is casual and great for lunch.

Enjoy yourself!

At this point he has theoretically come and gone (March 15). Still good info for the files though.

.......but it would be nice to hear from Bryan what his trip was like after all the input, or did you not make it??

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As you can see by the incredible response, we are very passionate about our dining scene. Here are a few more suggestions:

www.crestaurant.com (Seafood)

www.whatisnu.com (Waterfront)

www.raincitygrill.com (Regional)

www.fuelrestaurant.ca (Sit at the bar)

www.foodvancouver.com/restaurant.php?restaurant=103

(Hamilton St. Grill - ask for Neil)

On your way to Whistler, stop in at Galileo. It is a must for the best Latte and breakfast wrap.

www.galileocoffee.com/

Have a great time,

Leonard

www.nakocommunications.com

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