1. Crepe MontagneÂ offers beautifulÂ atmosphere and crepe prep. I love the warm lodge-like interior, fresh juices, French-language kids books and savory crepes with egg, ham and cheese. Itâ€™s also a great dessert destination, with preschooler-friendly crepes like caramel and chocolate or that tasteful favorite, Nutella and banana.
2. Options are the name of the game at Splitz Grill, which makes it a Whistler restaurant good for kids. Pick a meat (veggie burger, beef or chicken), then pad the bun with your selections of fresh veggie add-ons, sauces and dressings. The dining area is sort of cafeteria-style, but the food is filling, cheap and served-to-order.
3. At the base of Blackcomb mountain, Nagomi Sushi, a kid-friendly sushi joint, dishes up everything from fried edamame to fresh rolls. Sushi in Whistler (IMO) is not all that different from one place to the next Â (I’m ducking as I write that). Locals and visitors debate over which one is best (Sachi Sushi and Sushi Village are the other favorites). What do I suggest? Choose the restaurant you can find seats in.
4.Â Pasta LupinoÂ is a solid pick if youâ€™re not quite ambitious enough to make a full-blown dinner in room, but you donâ€™t want to sit through yet another restaurant meal. Here, mix-and-match a pasta shape (like short radiatore, short spinach cesare, linguini, spaghettini) and a pasta sauce (like alfredo, bolognese, tomato and basil, the spicy sausage arrabiata), for fun, let the kids pick one combo, and then choose another for grown-ups.
5. Pizza is a cheap and delicious way to refuel — but Creekbread takes it to a new level, with lots of all-natural ingredients (free-range pork, locally grown veggies and even housemade organic olive oil) atop wood-fired dough, baked in a clay oven. Flavorful toppings, big broad wood tables, outdoor seating and a gregarious atmosphere. We loved this place so much, we visited twice. A great place to take toddlers and big kids, too.
6. Create a quick deli lunch from the prepared items and fruits at Whistler Marketplace IGA.
7. Veggie dishes and sandwich pitstops at Ingrid’s Village Cafe in Whistler Village.Â Â
8. Portobello for kid-friendly pizza, fresh sandwiches and homemade soups.
9. Lift Coffee Company makes a hot latte and breakfast (including great pastries and oatmeal).
10. If you’re in Whistler in summer, try out Lucia Gelato‘s sorbetto and gelato flavors, including kid favorites like coconut, and banana caramel fudge. There are three stands dotted throughout Whistler.Â
This post was updated on January 3, 2020 with new information.