After years of repeat-visiting our favorite Whistler restaurants, we decided to vary our routine. This is an expensive place to eat; we were quite happy but not blown away. The place was not crammed full with tables almost touching, but convivial enough to exchange pleasantries with neighbors, and one can converse without being drowned out by clatter or loud music. I raved about my ahi and avocado appetizer; the squash soup was more ordinary. My companion enthused over his seared foie gras, though his osso buco seemed a little lacking in flavor. Very pleasant server offered us an array of tempting desserts but we'll have to try those another time.
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