Toptable Talk | February 2013

Unsung Heroes at BLUE WATER CAFE

Throughout the month of February, treat yourself to a unique dining experience at the hands of critically acclaimed Chef Frank Pabst. Now in its 9th year, our Unsung Heroes festival offers guests the opportunity to try delicious yet under-utilized seafood. Working in concert with Vancouver Aquarium’s ‘Ocean Wise’ program, Chef Pabst’s objective is to avoid species that are over-fished, or harvested in ways that can damage ocean beds – and introduce diners to fresh new flavours. More information + Reservations:

Another Way to Enjoy WEST

Continuing by popular demand, Chef Quang Dang’s $29 3-course lunch menu offers guests the opportunity to sample the best of local seasonal produce – at excellent value. The set menu changes weekly according to market availability, and guests are also welcome to choose from Chef Dang’s extensive à-la-carte offering. The team at West is happy to work around your time restraints or dietary restrictions – making your lunch plans both seamless and delicious. More information + Reservations:

Taste the World’s Rarest Chocolate at THIERRY

Deemed the world’s rarest chocolate, Marañón is made from the highest quality cocoa beans. This February, Chef Thierry has permanently launched an exclusive range of Marañón delicacies, including fresh bark and a handmade ganache. Not only is Marañon one of the world’s best chocolates – but Chef Thierry’s absolute favourite! More information: or 604-608-6870

Après @ ARAXI

Cap off your day on the slopes in style with Chef Walt’s signature cheese fondue, fresh BC oysters and a crisp glass of wine. Alternatively, you can savour our famous truffle fries and cocktails, paired with Whistler’s best people watching at our heated outdoor bar.  More information:

Lynn Gervais
Communications Director
Toptable Group
604 836 8005

April Penney
Communications Coordinator
Toptable Group
604 786 0540