Finer Things Sample Menu

This tour features 4 delicious courses at four award winning Whistler restaurants (listed in left navigation bar).  Scroll down to view the sample menu.

Tour Price: $114.99/pers - incl. Gratuities for Servers

Wine Pairings: $29.99/pers (optional)

Prices do not include 12% government HST.  Menus can be altered to accommodate vegetarians and most dietary requests. 

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* Menu can be altered for most dietary requests
** Images may vary slightly from actual plates

 

FireRock Lounge - Meeting Location (FT Tour)

We meet the group in front of the FireRock Lounge (on main shopping concourse of the Westin Hotel) to begin the Finer Things Tour.

 

Bearfoot Bistro

Melissa Craig, winner of the golds plate at the 2008 Canadian Culinary Championships when she was 29 years old, prepares a creative amuse bouche tasting plate that is not to be missed.  Everything from Sous Vide Paradise Valley Pork Belly with sweet corn velouté, crème fraîche, and cilantro to Muscovy Duck with rillette, and prosciutto.

                 

Hy's Steakhouse

Cajun crusted blackened Ahi tuna is the featured dish.  If you prefer there's also beef tenderloin in a teriyaki sauce garnished with sesame seeds or curried lentils with cream cheese in a phyllo pastry available upon request.

 

Quattro

Full main course choice of veal scaloppine with bocconcini, tomato, and basil or a wild sockeye salmon filet with an orange dijon glaze, pickled fennel and arugula salad.  Both sided with owner Antonio's signature Quattro pasta - olive oil, black beans, minced chicken, and chilis.  Vegetarian pasta dish available.

 

Rogers' Chocolates

What fine dining tour would be complete without a stop into Canada's first and finest chocolatier. While guests enjoy a unique and delicious icewine truffle, infused with real BC icewine, the friendly staff will share some history of Canada's rich chocolate history.

 

FireRock Lounge

Finish the evening with Chef's choice of either an artisan cheese plate paired with a glass of BC's famous icewine.  Guests often kick back in the lounge atmosphere for coffee, tea or cocktails following the tour.