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Grill & Vine
The following regulations are in place through Health B.C. as well as the Westin Resort & Spa Whistler Hotel:
Sanitizer is provided at the host stand
Tables are spaced 2 meters apart for social distancing
Tables and Chairs are sanitized between use
Guests must provide a full name and phone number upon arrival to the restuarant
Maximum group sizes are 6 people
Parties must be sat at one time together, no joining guests allowed to a seated table
Guests are not to move between tables while in the restaurant and must must stay seated during the meal unless to use the washroom
Guests entering the hotel and walking to the restaurant must wear a facemask
Reservations can be made 90 days in advance. Reservations will be held for 15 minutes from booking time or they will be released.
- Surfaces sanitized between seatings
- Common areas deep cleaned daily
- Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided
- Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers
- Contactless payment available
- Limited number of seated diners
- Distancing maintained in common areas
- Extra space between tables
- Waitstaff wear masks
We were there for breakfast as part of our family vacation. Upon arrival we were warned by the hostess that the wait for food could be a little longer as there was an issue in the kitchen. After ordering the food came out quite quickly. The sausages were overcooked (hard and dry). The toast was cold and hard. The egg omelet and scrambled eggs were undercooked and runny, My wife and I had one bite each. When we asked our server if we could have the omelet and eggs cooked a little longer he said the runny/watery consistency was just the cheese and that if you overcook it.. the eggs become dry and rubbery. Overall not what we are used to from the Westin brand, especially when you spend $120.00 for 2 adults and 2 children.
Great place to eat, especially if you’re staying at the Westin. Food was prepared just as we requested. Staff was very friendly.
It was empty. I thought the pricing was high for what I was getting. There are just so many other places to eat in the village that would be far better. It’s definitely a hotel restaurant.
This was fine and had some vegan food so the 3 of us were happy.
Restaurant space a bit open and impersonal. Food was good, wine only advertised by the glass and expensive. we had a good evening.
Not great for the price. Below average service compared to other restaurants in the area.
It's a modern restaurant situated in the Westin hotel. Nice atmosphere and rather quiet with very good food. The service was excellent.
Good food well cooked. Service was efficient and timely
Had a great meal - great service!! The price was reasonable.
Very nice experience in lovely setting at a busy time. Enjoyed the food and the staff.
At first glance the decor appeared to be rather diner like, more like a setting for a breakfast than a dinner, but it appeared to be the furniture and high ceiling that gave that impression. Once we were seated though we found the atmosphere very comfortable and despite the cavernous feel the noise level was low and we easily conducted a conversation. The service was excellent. We started with the olive and almond appetizer, (very good but would have liked more olives and less almonds) then a bottle of wine with dinner. My husband had the linguine with clams (incidentally the only one of 130+ restaurants in Whistler that had it on the menu) and it was excellent. I also had a pasta but with the chorizo arrabiata - excellent as well. We shared a desert with coffee. With tip it was about $200. Will definitely return in the future to try some other menu items.
Great service, variety on the menu for everyone!
The service was not very good. Probably a new server. Even though it wasn’t busy it took a long time to get our food. The food is very average.
We had an excellent dinner with focaccia bread and balsamic reduction, Pellegrino with limes, fresh salmon with vegetables and quinoa and and excellent Australian GSM Red wine. Service was exceptional.
Worst ahi tuna I have ever tasted. Smelled old and extremely fishy. Service was good however.
The wine selection is far too expensive for the type of restaurant. We ate there twice....on the 24 and 28th.....partly because every restaurant was booked ! On 24th, food was better and service was much better. I ordered the same carpaccio on 28th but it was not the same..not as good...my tuna tacos were okay...not great. Server on 24th was very good...she was attentive ...on 28th...he was slow...brought wrong bottle of wine twice .......
A little disapointed with the food especially the sides
Unfortunately the food & service are basic at G&V.
One of the meals was very tough pork chop. They offered to replace it but others had finished. They comped the meal but it put a damper on the night. Secondly it took forever to get our meals.
Frosty reception, booked more than 2 weeks prior and requested a table by the window in main part of room. It would appear booking was totally ignored with no table held as reserved and certainly not one I had requested. The table service was very good as was the food but the front of house was abysmal. The birthday desert gratis was also a nice touch, thank you. We would dine here 3-4 times each year over a 2 week period but time for a re-think.
Food was average, service was attentive and friendly but very quiet (not many patrons so made for no atmosphere).
Good service but because it was so quiet the main course came straight after our plates being cleared from our starter. It would have been nice to sit and let our starter go down before starting our mains.
Ate there after the peak period following new year. The service was prompt and well looked after and the food was decent. I suspect previous negative reviews were from the busy peak time at whistler. I would return in the future especially if staying at the hotel.
Food was average. Manager was awesome.
The food was SO bad, I can’t even believe this place is associated with a Westin. It’s hard to screw up a cheeseburger, but they managed to (totally overdone, non-melted Kraft-like cheese, wilted lettuce, pickles - even though this was not listed on the menu). The fries were soggy. The grilled cheese had nothing to do with grilled cheese - it was basically a burger on bread. And even the dessert was a total let down. I don’t know how this place was voted one of Whistler’s best.
Butternut squash was very bland. Caesar salad with chicken was an average Caesar salad. Pizza was the best. Grilled cheese meat sandwich arrived cold. Fries were good. Ahi tuna was bland as well. I’ve learned after eating three night in Whistler, service is very very slow. I’ve yet to have a great meal.
Mushroom ravioli-ravioli itself was cold sauce was warm. They remade the dish but received it at the table after we pretty much finished our meal. For the price of the dish this was unacceptable. The margarita pizza was a cheese pizza.
The chicken & salmon was good.
Very disappointed with the food. Not flavourful, in fact we sent one dish back which I never do. The dish we had instead was also bland. No flavour in the potatoes, vegetables tasted like they had been boiled and not seasoned. My side tasted like it came from a can. Nothing special at all especially not for the prices. Our waitress was courteous and gave us a small discount but I will not go here again. Not worth the money.
Unfortunately food was very poor. Our arrabbiata pasta arrived cold and was not spicy. Waiter forgot our wine and our daughter’s virgin mojito was some weird creation from the bar because they ran out of mint. We’d give this place a firm pass in the future.
Great service. Pretty good food. Don’t order avocado fries.
Nice dinner at the Grill & Vine in the Westin. Service was attentive, food was good. There happened to be a large private party going on in the adjacent bar, which made it "festive" but a bit distracting.
This is our 4th time here. Excellent food as always, kids friendly and warm staff service.
Extraordinaria atención y riquísimos alimentos.
Had a great meal and service was amazing as always Lindsay took care of our every need as he always has.
Good waiter and we regularly eat there but several of our dishes were too salty. We were with small children and only had a certain window of time to eat so didn't bother complaining at the time but the chef/cooks need to go easier on the salt especially on the Mushroom Ravioli. I've had it before and it was never salty like that before, I didn't even finish my meal. Let the people who like lots of salt add it themselves.
We will go again and hoping this was a one off.
The squash soup was thin & not much flavor but the mushroom soup was excellent. Muscles a bit fishy tasting.
Our mains we great! Tenderloin & fish.
Service was lovely... food was not. My appie was cold, my husbands was bland. We decided to order nachos for dinner.... meh. Not enough cheese and the cheese that was there was barely melted. I actually found a raw piece of cheddar. Not sure we'd go again when in Whistler.
Great restaurant experience. Service was a true five star with Lindsay going the extra mile for my wife and i to enjoy our anniversary. Big open room with lots of natural light. Food was not cheep but the quality was perfect.
I asked the server how thick the hamburger patty was, and she said an inch thick. I confirmed 3 times. Then she arrived with a |FLAT patty - and when I asked, she said, oh, the "chef" tonight flattened it. No real chef would ever make a patty like that, so I don't know who works in the kitchen. Nothing exciting about the place, I guess it's a regular hotel dining room, which I didn't realise when I made the booking.
No ambiance at all.
Grill & Vine is rated 4.1 stars by 365 OpenTable diners.
You can book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size.