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Alta Bistro

104-4319 Main St, Whistler, BC V0N 1B4, Canada
| +1 604-932-2582
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Alta Bistro Vancouver  Canada
Alta Bistro: Farm-to-Table Dining in Whistler  Vancouver  Canada
Alta Bistro Vancouver  Canada
Alta Bistro: Farm-to-Table Dining in Whistler  Vancouver  Canada

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Sun - Sat 5:30pm - 11pm

Alta Bistro

When two locals opened Alta Bistro—an intimate room with the urban look of exposed HVAC ducts and concrete floors unlike anything else in the village—it altered Whistler’s culinary landscape. The food was equally audacious, hearty options enlivened with something different, like garam masala boudin noir, for example, and a cassoulet of chorizo and smoked pork belly. The great ambience and solid kitchen make this a perennial hot spot favored by actors attending the Whistler Film Festival and pro riders who just ripped it up at April’s World Ski and Snowboard Festival. Want to dine and drink (from an impressive wine list) with the cool kids when in Whistler? This is your bistro.

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AFAR Local Expert
about 7 years ago

Alta Bistro: Farm-to-Table Dining in Whistler

Every time I visit Alta Bistro I am thoroughly impressed by the food, as well as the restaurant's passionate and knowledgeable staff. Alta boasts an exciting and ever-changing set menu, which features local produce, meat, fish and artisanal products. The menu is not only locally focused and creatively curated, but affordable in comparison to other local hotspots.

One of my most memorable meals at Alta started with a fresh beet salad, followed by an entrée that paired tender pork belly with fresh baked corn bread, an apple slaw and delectable reduction. For desert I devoured a pink peppercorn and pink lady apple semifreddo, the perfect finish to a rich and satisfying meal. Did I mention their wine-list and house-made cocktails are tremendous? Alta is a must visit for anyone who values locally sourced food and expects attention to detail in their culinary adventures.

Reservations are recommended, but you can often snag a seat for one or two patrons at the bar.