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Araxi Restaurant and Oyster Bar (Whistler 2018): Three Course Meal

Araxi has been on our list of places to visit in Whistler for a number of years but we’ve only just been able to drop by this past June. Located in the Village Square, it’s difficult to miss this restaurant whenever you walk through the heart of Whistler.
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Sansei Seafood Restaurant & Sushi Bar (Hawaii 2017): Happy Hour

Sansei Seafood Restaurant and DK Steakhouse have been two of our favourite spots to dine in Waikiki since we first found them a few years ago. And although we were aiming to try a bunch of new restaurants, the pull of delicious food from Sansei Seafood couldn’t keep us away.
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Trafalgars Bistro: Lamb Stew and Sweet Obsession

Located right next to their sister restaurant, Sweet Obsession, you know that walking into Trafalgars Bistro means you have to save some room for dessert.
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Blue Water Cafe – Not Just Seafood

It took me a long time before I finally tried Blue Water Cafe and now I can’t understand why I waited so long.
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Quattro (Whistler 2013) – Beef Tenderloin and Pork Rack Chop

As I mentioned previously, although being “dog friendly”, trying to dine out with your pooch really limits your options.  Because of this, most of our dining at Whistler was limited to patio or take-out options.  For our last dinner at Whistler, we were all excited about trying Thai in the Village only to find out that they were closed on that day.  We decided on Quattro instead as we enjoyed our meal at their Vancouver location. Read the rest of this entry

Les Faux Bourgeois – Budget Friendly French Cuisine

I’ve held off on writing this post for a little while – partly because I’ve been too busy and partly because I wasn’t very motivated to write it.  You see, despite this restaurant being quite popular with a lot of reviewers, I just didn’t get it… the food was good (nothing spectacular) and the atmosphere was just okay in my opinion.  Read the rest of this entry

Joey Broadway

I don’t think I’ve been to a Joey’s restaurant for a number of years… back then, they were known as Joey Tomato’s.  Joey’s is a lot like Milestones and Cactus Club – casual atmosphere, good food, and staff focussed on service.  That’s not to say they ignore sales… in fact, our server (Sandy) practically up-sold us on everything but wasn’t the least bit pushy.  Read the rest of this entry