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About Table Nineteen Lakeside Eatery
Table Nineteen Lakeside Eatery offers an amazing spot to dine and unwind while you play in North America’s #1 Mountain Resort. The clubhouse features Whistler's Best Patio overlooking the golf course and Green Lake, a stone-accented dining room and casual fireside lounge. We are home to the finest and best-valued fondue experiences in Whistler during our winter season. Choose from traditional or our signature fondue dinners.
From great salads, amazing burgers, to charcuterie shared plates to lavish entree selections our Executive Chef Eric Gilchrist uses the freshest of ingredients sourced from our local farms, oceans and wilds. We also offer a creative drink list for all to enjoy.
Whistler, BC V0N1B8
Global, International, Northwest, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
CLOSED: October 9th 2017 - December 15th 2017
Dinner: 4pm DAILY
Highway 99, 3 minutes north of Whistler Village
CAN$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
(604) 938-9898 ext. 225
We are one of Whistler's best spots for weddings, banquets, corporate events or meetings. Our amazing lakeside clubhouse provides guests with a serene location year round where the amazing view matches our hospitality, food and service. Further information is located on our website:
Easiest no-hassle restaurant parking in Whistler. Only 3 minutes north of the Village, free parking 23 steps from our front doors.
Public Transit stops at Highway 99 and Nicklaus North Blvd.
Private Party Facilities:
Options are to rent our entire dining room and adjacent patio (maximum of 130 people), rent our Fireside Lounge are (60) or rent out the entire clubhouse (maximum of 200).
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Table Nineteen Lakeside Eatery Ratings and Reviews
I have been to this restaurant many times during golf season and it does very well as a pub style restaurant. During the Christmas season they decided to try and become a five star restaurant. It didn’t work. The menu choices were way over priced and the food combinations were not good. 2 had the fondue at $55 per person and came with about 2oz of beef, pork, shrimp and salmon to be shared by 2. We also ordered the steelhead which turns out was smoked. Very overpowering flavour served on an attempt at risotto. Complete mush and tasteless. We also had the mushroom soup which was finished with a truffle oil. This was not listed on the menu and ruined the soup. When we mentioned it the server, she agreed she could smell the truffle oil and would inform the kitchen. She then came back and insisted this was a brown butter not truffle oil. I have been a ticketed chef for 26 years and definitely know the difference. Go back to pub food table 19. You did that well.
Four course fondue special:
1. Salads were great.
2. Cheese fondue was excellent: will have it anytime.
3. Fondue Chinois was a disappointing: we expected fondue bourguignonne ie fondue with hot oil. But it was fondue with chicken broth (which, to be fair, is fondue chinois, ie hot pot). So mea culpa! The disappointment is that the chicken flavour overpowered the flavour everything cooked in it.
4.Chocolate fondue went down very well with the "chocoholic" members of the family!
So a game of three periods, of which two periods were a success and the other a no score draw!
Great wine list, featuring favourite BC wines.
And the service was friendly, prompt and welcoming: Five Stars
Cheese Fondue was incredible, good value, plenty of food and great flavors. However, avoid the meat fondue at all costs. Raw meat sits next to food you don't cook, and then the pot you cook your meat in is a flavorless soup / stew at a medium warm to hot temp. Takes an age to cook it, and when done tastes very bland! And to be honest the meat fish soup combo is pretty grim.
Avoid this dish and your meal / experience is worth the trip out, try to eat whilst there is some light (only need a little, full moon will do) to enjoy the view!!!! The chocolate fondue tasted good too.
Went for a friendly meet up with friends. We Chose Table 19 as it was a long weekend, many restaurants booked in the village and parking in the village can be difficult.
The golf course is a little of of the way but it offers consistently good food, casual dining, and conversations do not have to shout over the music.
Keep up the good work!
We will go again.
I had the summer salad and it was fine. My husband had the fish and chips which was served in a bisque bowl. The tarter sauce and a piece of fish fell out of the bowl. The tarter sauce fell onto the floor and there was no server in sight. We cleaned it up as again no servers around.
Disappointed by service level. Our main meal arrived 75 minutes after we sat down. We did have an appetizer plate, but still the waIt was too long. Our waitress disappeared and one of us went in to find out what was causing the delay. Told they were busy. Wait staff never kept us current . When the vegetarian meal came with bacon, the busboy who served told us to take it up with the waitress. He then went off to do a more important job of clearing tables . Waitress offered to deduct 15% .
The lack of efficiency, rudeness and poor follow through overshadowed the good food and scenic view.
This restaurant boasts that it has the best patio in Whistler. The views are great and the patio comfortable but for our 8pm August Friday reservation they were clearly understaffed on the patio. We waited too long and after the waitress has 'bigged up' the beef rib special all chose it. 15 minutes later she informed us that they had run out of the special. When we got the second choice steaks they were very nice to be fair, but by that time the 'best patio' was getting dark, was unlit and had become host to many hungry mosquitoes. We moved inside for dessert and discounted coffee ( on account of one of our party knowing the bar staff ).
It's a nice location, but it's a golf club with a decent bar/ restaurant and a limited choice on the menu.
Lakeside patio makes this place special on a warm summer evening. Same menus lunch or dinner; the food is excellent cafe-type food. Dinner:, fish & chips were perfectly prepared, grilled salmon was tasty but cooked a bit more than medium rare as requested. Service was very pleasant. Lunch on prior date excellent plus - ahi tuna sandwich was wonderful.
Arrived an hour before our reservation, but they still sat us on a prime table on their expansive patio overlooking Green Lake. Great service from the get-go. Drinks, apples, main courses arrived well within expectations. One of our guests had a Caesar cocktail, which she stated was one of the best she's ever had. We devoured completely a very large order of nachos with our first round of drinks. Main courses (mostly salads) were well prepared and enjoyed by all. Server excelled at making numerous recommendations throughout the meal, and also acknowledged a birthday for one in our group with a special dessert.
We left. having enjoyed ourselves thoroughly, and look forward to returning again. soon.
It was not a good experience us. Our server was not trained well. We ordered prime rib and the food was out in 5 minutes, before our drinks, but we didn't have a steak knife or rolls. The Matr'de came by and asked if everything was ol, and that is when he brought above. My food in particular was very rare and so Grisley and full of fat, I couldn't cut through it. Finally, I gave up. The blood pulp and pile of fat made me ill. I asked the server to remove my plate, which she did. It would have been nice for the manger to come over. They took off 50% of my meal. That was prime rib night and they sure didn't get it right.
We very much enjoyed our experience here. Friday night at Whistler, we're able to get a reservation quickly, free parking right by the door, warm greeting. We were first seated in the lounge, but when we happen to comment on how we get distracted by TVs, they offered us the formal dining room instead. Food was great. Friday night prime rib special is done well. I appreciated the small touches: fried capers in my Caesar salad, the glazed blueberries with the pork belly. Portions are generous, I could have had the pork belly starter as a main. It's not the cheapest, but given the portions, it's reasonable to good value. Ambiance was mellow. We will be back as an easy option for a family of 4 when we don't want a wait and willing to pay a little more for the convenience of a quality, no fuss meal.
We booked online (a very easy process) for a Friday evening when the Prime Rib was the special but they are also doing a Fondue feature every night. There are specials each night both of food and drinks and easy to see these and the menu online too.
On arrival we were greeted very warmly and shown to our table. (NB. As there are a lot of windows here and not many people in the restaurant when we arrived it was quite cool and we were glad to have light coats to wear until it filled up and the temperature rose.)
On seeing the portion size of the Prime Rib (it was huge!) we all decided to have a burger (some of the best in Whistler in our opinion and in the summer we will often cycle out here and back to earn the right to eat one!!)
There are 5 different versions using BC beef and we each opted for a slightly different one. One Lakeside – the basic with lettuce, tomato and onion; one Black and Blue- with a more spicy seasoning and blue cheese; and one Beef Dip which was thinner slices of prime rib in a crusty baguette. All Yum!!!!
They also come with the choice of fries, which are also delicious or salad – green or Caesar and there are a number of add ones too such as bacon, mushrooms, sautéed onions or cheese all for just a dollar.
The acoustics are great in the restaurant and although there were a number of large family groups it was easy to converse and the general ambience is very pleasant. Def well worth the drive out and we shall certainly be visiting again.
Food is/was average at best which is why I ordered a burger (usually the burgers are good) and as it turned out, it was sig undercooked. Our server lacked basic serving skills, ie. we poured our own water and wine. If it wasn't so convenient (we walked), we wouldn't have a reason to go to Table Nineteen.
Our family of four stopped here before a Sunday drive back to Vancouver after a day of skiing. We had a casual and tasty dinner in the lounge area of the restaurant before the drive. Service was very friendly and the food was fresh and arrived without delay.
We chose to be in the lounge on this occasion so my husband and son could watch the football game on the TVs in this area. It was full with lots of people enjoying themselves, but not being too loud or rowdy. A nice environment.
There is a great view out to the lake as well which is quite pretty with all the fresh snow.
For a more formal dinner, we recommend reserving a table in the proper dining room. We have also enjoyed fondue and more formal meals in this area.
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