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Raven's Nest

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 6 reviews )
Contact 604-932-3434

Lake Placid Rd, Whistler Mountain, Whistler, British Columbia, Canada, V0N 1B2

Tucked away at the base of Red Chair on Whistler Mountain is a vegetarian/vegan restaurant, which is the first for North American ski resorts. Only 2 items on the menu aren't vegan. Has a variety of menu items from a Korean beef kim chi sandwich to a chicken pita pocket with apple walnut slaw. Other food includes Gardein sandwiches, salads, mac'n'cheese, chocolate brownies and more. Open Mon-Sun 9:00am-3:00pm.

Category: Vegan-friendly, American, Western, Fast food, Salad bar, Take-out

Reviews (6)

First Review by Ritakafija

Loving Raven's Nest - Edit

I come to the mountain to skii, breath fresh air and on top of that the Raven's Nest provides the right food. Amazing soups,wraps,sandwiches,pastas,deserts and much more delicious menu options....

Pros: Price, Wide Selection, Outside Patio

Cons: Need a Raven's Nest in the village

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Love it! - Edit

I love Whistler. A big part is the mountain but I can't discount the fact that Raven's nest has amazing food and most of it is vegan. Vegan food is sometimes so hard to find in a ski resort and to have a whole hut is amazing. Order everything you can and ski hard the rest of the day.

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LOVE the new Raven's Nest! - Edit

Feeling so grateful to have a veggie restaurant on the mountain. Big thank you to WB and the team for making this happen.

There is a great variety of delicious food, from hot sandwiches like the tasty Gardein meatball sub, to vegan mac'n'cheese to soups and salads. It's great that they are using Gardein and Daiya, two local BC companies!

A great place to eat on the mountain whether you're veggie or otherwise!

Pros: Friendly, passionate staff, Delicious food, Great location and views

Cons: I can't make it there every day.

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Amazing vegan food on the hill! - Edit

This place is the best spot on the mountain (and village) to stop in for refuelling after or even before a hard day's shredding. The menu is innovative, well presented, reasonably priced and most importantly vegan! This is a world first as far as i know and i think it puts Whistler (even more) on the map as a destination for vegan/veggie/plant based skiers and boarders. Just go, you won't regret it!

Pros: Tasty, Exciting options, vegan food on the hill!!!!!

Cons: none

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Shred fuel - Edit

I stopped into Raven's Nest to re-fuel after a big morning of shredding on Whistler Mountain and was not disappointed.

Delicious and hearty vegan food awaited me with big smiles from the friendly & helpful staff. The Korean "beef" kimchi sandwich was very satisfying along with a side salad of locally-sourced beets & a mixture of beans and quinoa.

I will most definitely be stopping in here again to fuel up on plant-based proteins whenever I'm hungry!

See you there!

Pros: Plant-based food, Friendly staff, Good for the planet

Cons: Could use more seating, WB is not serving this menu at all resta, I only got 2 hugs from the staff

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Vegan skiing made easy - Edit

Best for vegan with a view! Breakfast served 9am and all day, Fair Trade Organic coffee and almond milk will keep you going. Pretty good deal when ordering sandwich with salad?, add soup for less than 5$. All but two items on menu vegan, patries for now vegetarian. Gardein and Daiya - yumm!!

Pros: Great views, Hearty, fulfilling vegan meals, House made fresh salad

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