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On Collin’s day off, I asked him to make seafood spaghetti for dinner. In my mind, I pictured spaghetti with white cream sauce, yet he made tomato sauce. Well, as long as it tastes good, I don’t mind eating either one.

For seafood, he got tiger prawns and scallops, and sweet corn to add in the tomato sauce.

Seafood Spaghetti with Sweet Corn Tomato Sauce

Seafood Spaghetti with Sweet Corn Tomato Sauce

There were no pictures, but he made chilli or minestrone really spicy last a few times, and I couldn’t eat much. So, I asked not to make spicy at all, which was the one of the reason that he added corn. 🙂

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At the end of February, Collin and I took a couple of days off and went to Whistler. On the night of arrival, it was snowing even in the village. Collin told me that he didn’t want to walk far, so we chose one close to our hotel, which was also his favorite.

We walked in Teppan Village, and fortunately there was some seat space available for us right away. Usually, they recommend to make a reservation, for your note. The restaurant is located close to Whistler Gondola and cooks and serves food in front of you using Teppan (iron griddle).

We ordered from their Sushi and signature dinners menu. Village Special Dinner, which we each ordered, comes with filet mignon, tiger prawns, jumbo scallops, Teriyaki chicken, garden salad, Miso soup, Teppan vegetables, and rice.

Garden Salad

Garden Salad at Teppan Village in Whistler

Dipping Sauce
(Sesame sauce for meat, Ginger soy sauce for veggies, Ponzu with ground Daikon radish for seafood)

Dipping Sauce at Teppan Village in Whistler

Cooking started

Teppanyaki at Teppan Village in Whistler

Tempura Sushi Roll
(Crispy Shrimp Tempura, Avocado and Kaiware)

Tempura Sushi Roll at Teppan Village in Whistler

Appetizer Shrimp served

Appetizer Shrimp served at Teppan Village in Whistler

Veggies served

Veggies served at Teppan Village in Whistler

Jumbo Scallops served

Jumbo Scallops served at Teppan Village in Whistler

Tiger Prawns served

Tiger Prawns served at Teppan Village in Whistler

Teriyaki Chicken served

Teriyaki Chicken served at Teppan Village in Whistler

FIRE on Filet Mignon

FIRE on Filet Mignon at Teppan Village in Whistler

Filet Mignon Served

Filet Mignon Served at Teppan Village in Whistler

Bean Sprout served

Bean Sprout served at Teppan Village in Whistler

It was lots of food, but we ate them all no problem! Yes, we were hungry. 😉 Scallops were cooked perfectly, chicken was tender, and filet mignon was medium rare as requested.

Their website is showing old pricing, and their Facebook page says a new site is coming!

(Pictures taken by iPhone)

Want to see more pictures for this restaurant? click here.

Teppan Village

Address: Unit 304 4293 Mountain Square, Whistler, B.C. (map)
(Inside the Hilton Hotel)
TEL: 604-932-2223
Facebook: page
Twitter: @TeppanVillage
Urbanspoon: page
Reservation: accepted on Urbanspoon

Dinner
17:30 – 22:00 daily

Price Note
– San Pellegrino (large) $7.95
– Tempura Sushi Roll $6.50
– Village Special Dinner $43.00

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By the time I got donuts as wished, it was 6 o’clock. Since I was tired from hiking, I thought I might as well have small bite there, otherwise, my dinner would be 8 or 9pm at home. Wearing hiking outfits with some dirt, I didn’t want to go to any fancy or big places.

Tony’s Fish & Oyster Cafe was the best choice in that case. Their place is like a cozy cafe but serves proper meal and alcohol as well. Besides, the menu says best fish & chips. It is close to the entrance of Granville Island.

I ordered from their regular menu.

Granville Island White Clam Chowder (cup)

Granville Island White Clam Chowder (cup) at Tony's Fish & Oyster Cafe on Granville Island

One Piece Cod Fish & Chips
(served with Coleslaw and Tartar Sauce)

One Piece Cod Fish & Chips at Tony's Fish & Oyster Cafe on Granville Island

I was planning to have small bites, but I ended up ordering both, which totally filled up my stomach. Well, a good thing was that I didn’t need to make dinner at home. 🙂

Unfortunately, their best fish & chips wasn’t the best for me. I removed greasy and thick dough quite a bit and also the fish was pretty dry.

(Pictures taken by iPhone)

Tony’s Fish & Oyster Cafe

Address: 1511 Anderson Street, Vancouver, B.C. (map)
(50 m from the entrance of Granville Island under the bridge)
TEL: 604-683-7127
Urbanspoon: page

Lunch/Dinner

*Spring / Summer
[Mon – Sat] 11:30 – 20:30
[Sun] 11:30 – 20:00
* Fall / Winter
[Mon – Sat] 11:30 – 20:00
[Sun] 11:30 – 19:00

Price Note
– Granville Island White Clam Chowder (cup) $4.29
– One Piece Cod Fish & Chips $7.99

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