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The 11 Best Takeout Options in Whistler

a close up of food on a table

After a long day of riding, we understand if the last thing you want to do is get changed and sit down in a restaurant to eat. Instead, rather than making a reservation, relax and enjoy one of Whistler’s many takeout options. 

From Indian cuisine to sushi and burritos, we’ve got it all. Here are some of our favourite places for takeout in Whistler. 

Best Takeout in Whistler Village

1. Nagomi Sushi

a box filled with different types of food on a plate

A epic feast no matter if you takeaway, or sit down inside at Naogmi Sushi

With so many sushi options in Whistler, you may be wondering which to order from. Our favourite is Nagomi Sushi for its fresh fish and seasonal takeout specials. Although pricier than some other sushi spots in the city, you certainly realise why after taking your first bite.

  • Price range: $$
  • Location: 108-4557 Blackcomb Way, Whistler
  • Phone: 604-962-0404
  • Order by phone or in person. 

2. Tandoori Grill Indian Cuisine

Not going to lie: Tandoori Grill is an easy spot to miss. Located above Hunter Gather, the Indian eatery dishes out perfectly spiced and shareable plates. We suggest ordering family-style in order to maximise your experience. Must-orders include the Fish Pakora, Aloo Gobhi, Lamb Tikka, and Chicken Shahee Korma.

  • Price range: $$
  • Location: 201-4368 Main Street, Whistler
  • Phone: 604-905-4900
  • Order by phone, online, or in-person

3. Caramba 

Pizza and pasta may not be the fare that comes to mind when you hear the word Caramba, yet the two dishes are what the place is known best for. This spot serves up European-inspired comfort food in the heart of Olympic Village. We especially love the truffle funghi pizza, linguine frutti di mare, and calamari a la plancha. 

  • Price range: $$
  • Location: 12-4314 Main Street Town Plaza, Whistler
  • Phone: 604-938-1879
  • Order by phone or in-person

Best Late-Night Take-Out in Whistler 

4. Fat Tony’s 

If you want a late-night feast, Fat Tony’s is the way to go. With delivery throughout Whistler until 3 am, good luck picking between their various classics and vegetarian, vegan, and meat options. Don’t forget the complementary sauces on each large pie and their delicious wings.

  • Price range: $$
  • Location: 11-4122 Village Green, Whistler 
  • Phone: 604-905-0900
  • Order by phone, online, or in-person

5. Main Street Noodles

Open until 10 pm, Main Street Noodles is the best late-night noodle spot in Whistler. Whether you have a craving for teriyaki noodles, chow mein, Singapore noodles, or even fried rice, Main Street Noodles can whip it up for you. Pick your protein and spice level, and they’ll have it ready for you to take out or pick up at your front door. 

  • Price range: $
  • Location: 4368 Main Street, Whistler
  • Phone: 604-962-1068
  • Order by phone, online, or in person

Best Creekside Takeout 

6. Samurai Bowl

a bowl of salad from Samurai Bowl Whistler

A hearty, healthy bowl to dive into after a day on the mountain.

The sister restaurant to Samurai Sushi in Nesters, Samurai Bowl serves up hearty Asian-inspired bowls. Choose between bowls of ramen, poke bowls, donburi teriyaki bowls, family trays, and Korean chicken platters. 

  • Price range: $ 
  • Location: 2011 Innsbruck Drive, Whistler
  • Phone: 604-935-0055
  • Order by phone or in person 

7. Roland’s Creekside Pub

Roland’s Creekside Pub is an excellent post-ski, post-bike spot to grab a bite. They serve up Canadian favourites such as poutine, chicken strips, fries, burgers, sandwiches, and even donairs. During the week, they’re open from 4 pm to midnight. On weekends, they’re open from 11 am to midnight. Food is served until 10 pm daily. 

  • Price range: $$
  • Location: 2129 Lake Placid Road, Whistler
  • Phone: 604-932-5940
  • Order by phone or in person. 

8. Creekbread 

Creekbread is more than just pizza—it’s a flatbread experience. Enjoy weekly specials as well as 12- or 16-inch flatbreads. Many of their offerings include local ingredients, which change seasonally. Don’t forget to ask for some of their house-made garlic oil alongside your pizza — it’s delicious.

  • Price range: $$$
  • Location: 2021 Karen Crescent, Whistler
  • Phone: 604-905-6666
  • Order by phone or in-person

Best Healthy Takeout Options in Whistler

9. Freshii

New to Whistler, Freshii is a go-to spot for superfood smoothies, salads, wraps, bowls, and burritos. The restaurant prides itself on being a healthy alternative to other businesses in the village and even has the option to customise your meal fully. 

  • Price range: $
  • Location: 4295 Blackcomb Way, Whistler
  • Phone: 604-493-2048
  • Order by phone, online, or in person

10. La Cantina 

La Cantina tacos

Perfect Taco’s in Whistler? It is a dream come true

With two locations in Whistler, it’s safe to say that La Cantina is a local’s favourite. Although the Mexican restaurant does serve up some greasy fare, it can also be as healthy as you make it. Swap out the rice on your burrito bowl for salad, load up on veggies, and avoid the heavy meat to make a delicious, low-grease meal. Don’t forget to top your dish with their homemade salsas. 

  • Price range: $$
  • Location: 129-4340 Lorimer Road, Whistler / 1209-7015 Nesters Road, Whistler
  • Phone: 604-962-9950 / 604-962-2299
  • Order by phone, online, or in person 

11. Samurai Sushi 

Samurai Sushi is the sister restaurant to Samurai Bowl in Creekside and is the Whistler locals’ pick for inexpensive sushi that still tastes great. We suggest their combos or platters, and if you’re going into the restaurant to order, be sure to check out the samurai special of the day, which can be sumo-sized for a small additional fee. 

  • Price range: $
  • Location: 210-7015 Nesters Road, Whistler
  • Phone: 604-935-0006
  • Order by phone or in-person

To Dine in, Order Delivery, or Take Out in Whistler

Now isn’t that the age-old question: to dine in, order delivery, or pick up some take out? But, because each ordering method has its pros and cons, let’s dive in deeper. 

If you choose to eat in Whistler on a weekday, dining in is an excellent option. Unfortunately, if you’re coming through during a peak season or on the weekend, you’ll likely need a reservation no matter where you choose to go. 

Ordering delivery is always a great choice when living in a big city. But the problem with ordering delivery in Whistler is that there aren’t too many options. From this list, Fat Tony’s and Main Street Noodles are the only ones who offer delivery. Of course, you could try your luck at Whistler Dine In or Doordash, but prepare to spend some extra dough on service and delivery fees. 

That leaves us with ordering takeout in Whistler. Ordering takeout allows you to enjoy all Whistler offers, from your Airbnb or hotel room. You also avoid pesky fees and long waiting times for your meal to arrive. 

Enjoy your meal from one of the above places to take out, and if you’re looking for additional recommendations, you can always ask us, the folks at Forged