Mikito-san’s legendary integrity for the freshest fish, well-made rolls, and a light hand with tempura and other hot dishes shows in reasonably priced group dinners that cover the waterfront: miso soup, green salad with baby shrimp, appetizer tempura, seafood gyoza, assorted sushi, chicken karaage, and ice cream. There are plenty of esoteric cold-fish cuts, and it remains a favourite night off for Whistler chefs. Surprising drink selection: sake margaritas, white wines, and an outstanding list of premium sakes. Lunch available on weekends only.