Named for the curvature on the side of a ski or snowboard, Sidecut Steakhouse offers a modern take on traditional mountain cuisine. Enjoy prime-aged steakhouse cuts, cooked to perfection and inimitably paired with house-made rubs and signature sauces. Featuring a locally-sourced menu that evolves seasonally, the restaurant’s farm-to-table and Oceanwise Certification pays homage to British Columbia’s diverse fare.
To complement any meal, the extensive wine list features international labels as well as an exclusive selection of B.C.’s premier vintages, featuring more than 200 bottles and an eclectic selection of 30 wines by the glass. Sip international varietals and several boutique British Columbia wines, if you’re in the mood for local flavours.
Excellent service , very attentive , there filling your wine before you know you’ve drank it , but yet not in the way. We had the grilled octopus for an appetizer, perfectly done , and shared a steak and some sides . Steak was perfectly cooked as well. Everything tasted amazing . We got a complementary desert specially made for our anniversary it was lovely as well! Will definitely go back for a special occasion or date night , very pricey but for a treat it’s definitely worth it .
Phenomenal experience. Polished ambiance, professional but personalized service, excellent food.
AMAZING, a must-visit restaurant if you are ever in whistler. Astonishingly delicious food.
Dined there on the 2nd night of their reopening and food and service were outstanding. Quite sure it is now the best restaurant in Whistler. Beef Tenderloin, duck, mussels, and chocolate souffle were all outstanding choices. I will be back.
I had the mixed seafood and the steelhead and sable fish were exceptional. The Dark Chocolate Soufflé was superb. The meal overall was sensational and it was a great closure to my staycation.
We were seated in the hallway of the ballroom Would have been nice to have been notified about this before arriving
Restaurant was undergoing reservation so the tables were in a hallway near the convention centre. There was no mention of this anywhere when we booked it. All dressed up for a fancy dinner at an expensive restaurant and we ended up eating in a hallway. Zero ambience. Zero music. Pretty frustrating experience.
Great food and great service but the temporary setup in the conference hallway area leaved much to be desired in terms of ambiance. I get that the restaurant is working on renos and the new space would be great but some heads up on the revised and temporary seating arrangements would have been appreciated. We’ll be back once the renos are done and look forward to a better vibe.