Sushi Village (Whistler)

Sushi Village is located on the 2nd floor of the Sundail Boutique Hotel in the village.  Due to all of the construction in the area, we probably wouldn’t have even noticed the restaurant if we weren’t sitting down and enjoying a Zog’s Dog right outside.

We actually didn’t wind up ordering any sushi but picked a bunch of items from the àla carte menu.  The food was great and the prices were pretty much on par with Japanese restaurants in Vancouver.

The Ika Karaage ($8.25) – deep fried squid served with green salad.

Chicken Karaage ($10.25) deep fried boneless chopped chicken marinated in rice wine and soya sauce.

The Spinach Gomae ($4.75) was quite good.  At first, it looked like there wasn’t enough dressing but as we ate it, we found that it had just the perfect amount of sesame sauce without being overly drenched.

The Agedashi Tofu ($5.95) was a bit too soft for my liking.

The Pork Gyoza was okay but nothing overly special.

If you’re used to the prices for Japanese restaurants in Vancouver, Sushi Village won’t shock you but it does feel a little odd eating at a Japanese restaurant where most of the staff are non-Asian.  To me, it doesn’t really make a difference as long as the food is still good.

#11-4340 Sundial Crescent
Whistler, BC

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Posted on July 5, 2012, in Japanese, Restaurant Review and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. The serving staff may not be asian but everyone in the kitchen is!! Thanks for coming!

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