Araxi Restaurant & Oyster Bar

110 - 4222 Village Square, Whistler, BC V0N 1B4, Canada

For a luxury resort to remain on top with the discerning diner, it must evolve. Executive chef James Walt continues to ply the ingenuity he displayed when he introduced farm-to-table cuisine to Whistler. His Longtable Series—dinners set among the windrows on Pemberton’s North Arm Farm—has emerged as the event every August. Already locally famous for its two-tier seafood towers, the restaurant has recently added oysters to its offerings. Chef Walt has celebrated his success with a cookbook, Araxi: Roots to Shoots, Farm Fresh Recipes.

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Araxi: Farm To Table Dining In Whistler, Canada

Araxi is an internationally known farm-to-table restaurant based in the heart of Whistler Village. The food is fantastic and the menu changes according to what is in season. The inner dining space is casual, yet refined, making it a great place for a date night or night out with friends. When the weather heats up, the restaurant’s patio is the quintessential Village spot to people watch while grabbing a late lunch and a cocktail. Araxi hosts a long table dinner in Pemberton, just next door to Whistler, so be sure to watch for dates. Dine al fresco with stunning views in the environment where the food on your plate has been foraged.

Oysters at Araxi

Araxi is one of Canada’s best and most innovative restaurants, bagging an impressive collection of awards every year. Thanks to daily oyster deals, this restaurant isn’t just for special occasions. Take a seat at the handsome oyster bar made of marble and stainless steel or on the patio, and enjoy a platter of 10 oysters for just $15. That’s a bargain you’ll be hard-pressed to find elsewhere.

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