Great Food, A bit difficult to find, and very hard to get reservations! Phone ahead by weeks if you want in!
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Thank you everyone at the Red Door Bistro for giving us a Honeymoon dinner we will never forget. From the moment we walked in the door, to when we left, everything was absolutely perfect. We ate our meal so slowly because the food was to...More
Innovative, creative delicious menu! We sat at the bar overlooking the kitchen which added to the experience, watching & chatting to the chefs as they prepared & plated up this beautiful food. Staff were really well informed about the intricacies of the food & were...More
Forget the skiing, snowboarding and mountain biking, this restaurant provides a good enough reason to visit Whistler all by itself. Multiple visits made and never anything less than a 5* experience. From the quality of the cooking to the ambiance of the room and from...More
A really amazing dining experience; the food is fantastic and the intimate atmosphere adds to the experience. Visiting Whistler I was repeatedly told that the Red Door Bistro was the place to eat so expectations were high ... however, they were surpassed. The food is...More
This has to be the best food we’ve had in Canada. Well executed, fresh and hearty. Not a morsel left on any of the 6 diners plates. Friendly and knowledgeable waitress too, who knew the menu well and conveyed the chefs passion. Not crazy expensive...More
Fabulous meal: crab cakes, RD's turnip pear soup and salmon to die for. Perfect wine pairings by our waiter Dave.
We returned here a couple of nights ago, having been when we were last here 2 years ago, and standards are still excellent. From the moment we walked in we were looked after extremely well. Our server was very attentive and we spent a lot...More
Can't believe we only just now discovered this place! great, cozy atmosphere (get the corner nook table for two behind the door if you can). Everything we ate was delicious and well-plated. Quantities were bang-on. Staff was attentive (lots of water refills) without being intrusive....More
First time in Whistler, French born American resident, I decided to give this French bistro in the middle of Canadian Rockies a chance: as upon arrival, the table that was offered was a bit..."cramped", we sat at the bar facing the kitchen. Sous-Chef Patrick and...More