There’s no denying that Whistler is home to some adrenaline-inducing activities and soul-enriching adventures, but it’s also a place where you can find mouthwatering, foodie experiences. And as amazing as they are, we get that vacation costs can add up quickly. But don’t worry, you can experience the magic of Whistler without having to break the bank thanks to our budget bites.

From authentic Neapolitan Pizza to Asian fusion dishes and Australian meat pies; check out these affordable spots to eat in Whistler. Your taste buds, and wallet, will thank you.  

Peaked Pies


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It’s a tale as old as time, Australian moves to Whistler, falls in love with mountain life and stays out here. Lucky for us, one of those Australians brought traditional meat pies with her. 

Peaked Pies‘ traditional pies can be topped with mashed potatoes, mushy peas and gravy. They also offer vegetarian pies like their Mental Lentil and more adventurous pies like the Indian Butter Chicken Pie. Sweet pies, breakfast pies, sausage rolls and even Australian-style coffee and desserts are also on the menu.

La Cantina

With delicious tacos priced at less than $5 each, La Cantina is an amazing, casual option for Mexican food. Try their classic Baja Fish Taco with homemade pico de gallo. Or, opt for one of their veggie options like the Jackfruit Taco topped with avocado salsa. Not in the mood for tacos? Enjoy a customizable burrito, wrap, bowl or quesadilla. Pair it with a Mexican-made Jarritos soda or frozen margarita for the full experience. 

INSIDER TIP: They offer a huge variety of meat-lover, vegetarian, gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan options so no one in your group is left hungry.

Whistler Samurai Bowl


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This hidden gem in Creekside is one of the best places to go in Whistler for quick, Japanese, fusion eats. Whistler Samurai Bowl offers dine-in and take-out options of delicious dishes like donburi, Thai curry, ramen, poke bowls and more.

INSIDER TIP: Earn your eats by getting to Creekside via Whistler’s Valley Trail, a car-free paved trail connecting all of Whistler’s neighbourhoods. 

Fuji Market


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There’s no shortage of good Japanese food in BC, and Whistler is no exception. Need proof? Head to Fuji Market. Besides their dine-in and take-out menu, they also have a market that offers authentic Japanese bites. You can buy noodles, sweets, snacks, tofu, soya sauce, miso, and frozen meals.

INSIDER TIP: Travelling with the family or in a group? Order one of their party trays (call 24 hours before pick up).

Main Street Noodles

Switch up your usual take-out dish for a delicious box of Asian fusion noodles from Main Street Noodles. Their generously sized dishes are all well priced, and you have the option to add extra protein and pick the spice level of your meal. 

Pasta Lupino


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Pasta Lupino opened their doors in 2000 and has remained a local favourite ever since. You meal will also includes a side of rosemary and sea salt focaccia and your choice of a salad or soup appetizer.

INSIDER TIP: Lunchtime specials include pasta and soup combos, pizza combos and more. With its casual atmosphere and convenient location right near Marketplace, it’s a must-try.

Pizzeria Antico

Pizzeria Antico is the only spot in Whistler where you’ll find authentic Neapolitan-style pizza. Their traditional wood-fired oven is the standout feature of this casual restaurant, but you can also get fresh pasta dishes and salads. They make all their dough, sauces, fior di latte, ricotta and bread in-house, daily. 

INSIDER TIP: Head to Pizza Antico any day of the week between 3 PM to 5 PM for their happy hour, which includes half price Margherita Pizzas.

El Furniture Warehouse

El Furniture Warehouse is a dive-bar-style favourite amongst locals and visitors alike that’s known for its party atmosphere and good value food. You can get classic pub food like chicken fingers and fries, mac ‘n’ cheese, poutine and burgers all at bargain prices. Or go green and get one of their large salads or rice bowls (the Cauliflower Tao Bowl is a fan favourite). 

INSIDER TIP: They’re not taking reservations at the moment and walk-in times on busy nights can get up to one hour. Head here early to get your name on the waitlist and then take a stroll in the Village.


Whistler’s food scene is as varied as it is tasty, take a look at some of your other options on the Whistler Dining and Restaurant Guide. We look forward to seeing you over sushi, pies, noodles, or wings when you’re in the mountains. For the latest deals on accommodation connect with a Whistler local at


Kate is a Whistler-based content creator who moved out here along with half of Ontario to enjoy the mountain life. When she's not snowboarding or hiking, she's probably making some bad pun or awkwardly dancing.