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About The Keg Steakhouse + Bar - Whistler
The Keg Steakhouse & Bar serves the finest cuts of succulent steak, aged for tenderness and grilled to perfection. Prime rib is a Keg specialty, slow roasted, hand carved and perfectly seasoned with special Keg spices. The restaurant also serves delicious seafood, memorable appetizers, crisp salads… and decadent desserts. A casual ambiance and friendly, very knowledgeable staff are proud and reliable trademarks of The Keg Steakhouse & Bar. You'll find a truly comfortable and satisfying dining atmosphere accompanied by a fun and up-scale bar setting where guests can enjoy an excellent wine list, signature Keg martinis, and a variety of cocktails.
Whistler, BC V0N 1B4
Steakhouse, Steak, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Sunday 5pm - 10pm
Monday - Saturday 3pm - 2am
Sunday 3pm - 1am
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa
We have Live Djs in Brandys every week.
Thursday is Funk Night.
Friday and Saturday you’ll find “All Love –No Club”
Dj’s such as Tim Livingstone, Canosis and Chilli Thom can be found playing Funky beats -10pm- 2am
The Day lots are 100 yards from our front door. There is also pay parking under most of the surrounding hotels.
There is a transit stop 100 yards from the restaurant.
Private Party Facilities:
The loft can accommodate groups up to 70 in size. It is an open concept room with great views.
The Capacity of the restaurant is 240 with an extra 146 in our lounge Brandys.
Private Party Contact:
email@example.com / Andrea or Casper: (604) 932-5151
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Keg Steakhouse + Bar - Whistler Ratings and Reviews
Our table was ready when we arrived as was our waiter, Simon. After introducing himself he asked for our names which he remembered for the remainder of the evening. A firm handshake followed. The food was on par with the many other Kegs we have visited across Canada, right from 1971 when the restaurant was known as the Keg and Cleaver and the entire menu was on a paddle board. I had the filet, blue rare as per usual, and my wife had the prime rib. We both cases we felt that we could only rate the meat portion of the meal at about 8 out 10 which was a bit of a surprise to us. It was done correctly, it was more about the quality of the meat. The service however was superb. We remain fans however.
Excellent experience as expected from The Keg. Service and food were top notch. Even though the place was very busy on a Saturday night our food came out quick and was perfect. I would recommend a reservation. We had one but heard it was 1.5 hour wait on a Saturday evening.
The Keg in Whistler was very welcoming to myself and my husband and our three children. We went to celebrate my birthday. They didn't rush us out of there. The waitress recommend a delicious wine to go along with our steak. I got free birthday cake, with a candle, and my family sang to me!
My steak was underdone, seafood was microwave warmed up, bread never arrived, service was rude, place was noisy and cold... Our worst Keg experience ever. Compared to the Victoria Keg where we frequent a few times a year, this Keg needs a few lessons from them maybe?
I order the fillet mignon and it was perfect. My wife ordered the NY and it was pretty tough and chewy. The steak knives were old and "butter knife" dull. She had problems hacking through her steak. A large % was gristle (not prime beef). If you go here only order the fillet mignon for your steak.
Oberall our exoeriebde left something to be desired. And 3 empty stomachs.
While our server was very food our food was not up to pay by any means.
I specifically inquired about the childs menu; the chicken strips. As on our last trip the year prior they were heavily breaded so were very crunchy with a thin portion od chicken inside. Very very difficult for a child to eat. And not very nutritious with the over abundance if coating.
I was assured their new strips were handmade and breaded and very tender. When they arrived, i was very disappointed with the tiny portion size. We received 3 strips approximately 1.5-2 cm wide and 4 5 inches long. Barely the size my tiny pinky fingera. At $12 this was unacceptable. Then upon tasting they were super dry amd chewy. The kids mean comes with a drink and desswrt. They didnt being or offer the drink or dessert. I had to initiate it.
My 14oz prime rib was anout 55% meat to 45% fat portion for $42. Again, this is absolutely unacceptable. My husbands steak was mediocre at best, a bit chewy and his twice baked potato was far overdone.
My son couldnt chew his meat and during the food quality check i told the server, it was not rectificed. No other choices were given and it was still on the bill.
We left still hungry and had to order takeout from another reataurant.
Thumbs down keg. Won't be visiting you again.
I could not give the food full marks even though the prime rib was done to med rare as advertised. The reason for this is my brother and I had over-cooked potatoes, which we did not worry about as we had plenty of food on our plate. I do wish that all main coarse came with vegetables as an included option. At the end of the meal I was treated to a complimentary dessert for my birthday, which was greatly appreciated.
My husband and I went for early dinner and had reservations, good thing because it filled up quickly. I had the 7 oz filet mignon with the Asiago rice and Caesar salad. It was all delicious. My husband had the teriyaki steak and it was also very tasty. It was a pricey dinner but enjoyed it.
The waitress was great - Australian girl making her way to stay n Canada but she has 3 weeks before hernias expires. She was respectful waitress.
However, my wife food was cold , fries were cold to a point it smell and tasted like it was sitting
on the counter far too long. Appetizers were ok.
Overall - for what we spend ( over $250) it wasn't as expected. My steak was over well done
to charcoal burn on four corners on my steak. I wasn't too impressed.
I like the Keg very much and don't mind spending the money but this evening in Whistler
Keg wasn't one of my best experience.
We went for the rib eye with twice baked potato and half rack of ribs with French fries. The appetizer was the Tuna tataki and it was amazing! You must get dessert and try the billy miner pie. It's to die for.....Drool ;p
Overall experience was amazing our waiter Sean was attentive and very nice. He went above and beyond to ensure our dinner experience was met! Thank you so much Sean and the rest of the team at the Keg Whistler! Top notch food and service, we will be back! Take care, Your friendly Vancouverite's
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