Really wish I could give this place a better rating. The staff were friendly and the food was mostly delicious but it was such a long wait. The kitchen is so crazily understaffed. We came around 2:15, so during their happy hour, and were denied seating because the hostess was trying to not back up the kitchen too much, which should have been a warning sign. She ended up seating us after about 15 minutes, and from the time we ordered, we ended up waiting 40 minutes for our food. We were so close to leaving if it weren?t for the fact that we didn?t like anything else in the immediate area. The food ended up being delicious, except the waiter did not tell us that changing the side of fries to a salad would be a $4 upcharge. That?s pretty ridiculous, and it ended up being not that great - lettuce/dressing was fine but the croutons were a shortbread texture, instead of a crispy crunch. I really enjoyed the mushroom and pear pizza and the tuna salad. We were starving after hiking so the wait for the food (and the price) wasn?t worth it to us, but if you?re in the area for lunch and don?t mind waiting, it is a nice restaurant with a lakeside view.
An amazing hidden Jewel! We found on our walk (Valley trail). I had recommended the nachos, but my husband recommended salads. The salads are AMAZING!! And so are the roasted olives! Great atmosphere and service. If you get an opportunity TAKE IT. They also have a kids menu. BONUS!
Food was mediocre for what it was. It's like they just tipped out the bottom of the nacho bag. Terrible bar service. Wait service was non existent while they all hung out on their phones. Ordered 3 beers. Not kidding, 15 minutes later they turn up. There is no crowd. Bartender was an absolute a@@ . Asked to turn down the TV he was the only one watching. Literally just walked away. Server came by at one point to ask to clear a very full table. Sure. Never came back. Had to actually walk back to where they were all hanging out to ask for the bill. For a place that charging 26 bucks for a burger the service should be impeccable. I was so embarrassed for recommending the place to my friends. Brutal. Just brutal. Been coming here for years. Done. PS if you are looking at the menu photos....all the prices are at least 5 dollars more each item as of Feb 2022.
Beautifully decorated room. Had the famous burger - delicious. Servers were friendly and food came hot and yummy. Had to wait a bit to get the bill after we were done but in that regard we didn't feel pressured or rushed to vacate our table. More like 4.5 stars. I do recommend.
Yes, the place is expensive. BUT, they have absolutely amazing food and it?s worth it. I am celiac and there are so many crunchy chicken options in dedicated fryers. The buttermilk wings are glorious. The chicken burger is superb. The tenders are amazing. All gluten free, all great. The fries are also in a dedicated fryer! One of our go to spots when visiting Whistler now!
Delicious food with an even better atmosphere! Really enjoyed the Cure salad and pork tacos. Would have loved to see some more drink selection from local breweries and such. Overall a lovely experience!
The food was averaged. Drinks were great. We had to wait for 1 hour and a half to get our food because apparently the chef lost our food order ticket. Not sure if this is a normal occurrence but I?m just here sharing my experience. The server was super friendly nevertheless.
The view is nice, service was friendly and food was good. But why 4 stars? Ok. It was 2 adults, 3 kids, no alcohol. 1 salad with tuna, 1 steak (why it came pre-cut?), plate with nachos, 3 kids menu options (burgers without anything, just plain bread and patty with fries), 3 ice-teas. Plus 2 coffees, 2 pieces of cake and 1 ice cream... $170+ in my humble opinion it is way to expensive. Please keep in mind the portion sizes are tiny.
A refreshing breeze over the lake in the summer, the warm glow of a fireplace in the winter â?" this is the essence of Cure Lounge & Patio at Nita Lake Lodge. Created to be the cure for everyday distractions, it?s a place to share, reconnect, and naturally savour the best of Whistler. Cure?s combination of craft cocktails and local beers along with casual share plates by Executive Chef James Olberg creates a wonderfully familiar and comforting palette of flavours.
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