|Cuisine Type |||Game, Seafood|
|Ambiance |||Fine Dining, Fireplaces|
|Meals Served |||Dinner|
|Amenities |||Game In Season, Great Wine List, Beer & Wine, Notable Chef, Parking, Wheelchair Accessible|
|Pricing |||$41 and more|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa, Cash|
|Getting There |||Creekside at the Highland Lodge.|
|6PM to 9:30PM daily|
Profile Last Updated: May 21, 2008
The staff at the Rimrock Café call it a cozy fine dining restaurant; a little less pretentious than most restaurants of its caliber, but with some of the best food around. Locals and tourists call the restaurant one of the top spots in Whistler, handing it 10 reader’s choice awards in the Pique Magazine in 2006, including best seafood and best place to go when someone else is paying.
See and Taste Freshness
A lot of thought was put into the Rimrock’s menu and it shows. The restaurant is committed to some great local suppliers from Vancouver to Whistler. Several dishes rotate with the seasons including fresh halibut in the summer and wild sockeye salmon in the winter. Menu and Fresh Sheet items may change daily. The meat and game at the Rimrock are always great, but the restaurant has truly earned its reputation as the place for seafood in Whistler with some of the freshest offerings around. The Rimrock also has an extensive wine list with something to pair any meal.
Comfortable and Casual
The food may say fine dining, but the Rimrock is a come as you are kind of place.Two large Hearthstone fireplaces keep patrons warm in the 100-seat dining room filled with antique wood furnishings and local ski photography. Chef and owner Rolf Gunther, is the creative force in the kitchen bringing a wealth of European cooking experience to his adopted home in Whistler. Partner Bob Dawson handles the front of the house ensuring guests a most comfortable dining experience. Add it all together and the Rimrock is a place where great dining memories are made.
Call Ahead: Reservations required.
Patio: Open spring and summer only.