Discover the best restaurant in Squamish, Canada including Wigan Pier, White Spot Restaurant, Chef Big D's, Howe Sound Brew Pub, Essence of India, Sushi Sen, Fergie's Cafe, Zephyr Cafe, Pepe's Chophouse & Seafood, The Watershed Grill
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4.5 based on 154 reviews
We were in the mood for fish and saw this was the place to go. While tasty, I didn't find it to be anything outstanding. It was on the greasy side. We both enjoyed our meals and huge portion of fries (which were very potato-y fresh), but if looking for fish again, I'd likely branch out to try another place. Service at out table was fine, but I waited nearly 10 minutes to pay my bill at the counter while one of the workers continued to process take-out customer payments, but kept telling me that the waitress would be with me. Why he couldn't run my card, I don't know.
4 based on 112 reviews
Visited this White Spot after an enjoyable day at the Sea to Sky Gondola.
Arrived after 1pm. Quickly seated and supplied with water. Our server was friendly, informed us of the days soup and took our order. Highly recommend the burgers! Best and always dependable. We enjoyed the Bacon Cheddar Bigger Burger and the Legendary. Upgraded the fries to onion rings and had an order of the Spot Salad. A nicely dressed salad with dried cranberries.
Enjoyable meal. White Spot is a must while visiting BC!
4 based on 182 reviews
Stopped in for lunch - great chicken and Brie wrap Sandwich and grilled cheese and tomato soup . We regretted though not having breakfast as the eggs benny looked amazing as did the burgers. Great food, friendly service, reasonable prices. You won’t be disappointed .
4 based on 508 reviews
Just recently moved to Squamish and trying all of the local places. The service has been great every time we have been and we are working our way through the brewery samplers and menu. The pub is a relaxed, friendly place and the Firebread restaurant is warm and inviting with a stone fireplace for those cold winter evenings. We like the Mac 'n Cheese and the hand made sourdough Pizzas and the Garibaldi burger was a big hit with our friends. Best Yam Fries we have ever had as well...
4.5 based on 210 reviews
Recently renovated and triple the size, The Essence of India has become the place to be in Squamish. Same fresh authentic food and great service, you will never be disapointed. The menu offers a great variety of vegetarian and vegan options. Make sure to give it a try, you won't be dissapointed!
Surprised to find this small Indian restaurant in Squamish. Decided to try it out of curiosity. Cosy as the town. Had the typical Indian snack - Samosa with coffee. The service was sluggish but the food was delicious. I don't know how lunch or dinner would pan out. Certainly recommended for snacks.
4.5 based on 216 reviews
Ok, my mother grew up in Japan and loves sushi and we always go the Sushi Sen. Vancouver has so many sushi restaurants that to find a good one is very hard. I have been to Tojo's when it was a small restaurant near Cambie and Tojo ran the sushi bar. It was excellent. I have eaten at the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo with my cousin who lives in Tokyo. So I use those as a frame of reference. Sushi Sen is my go to restaurant for sushi. I pretty much don't eat anywhere else now because I am usually disappointed. Expect to wait to get a seat.
4.5 based on 266 reviews
Fergie's Cafe is open daily for fabulous breakfasts and lunches. Relax on our sun-drenched deck and enjoy the fabulous views of mount Alpha whilst you feast on fresh, locally-sourced and lovingly prepared food. Why "Fergie's"? Well, before Sunwolf ever existed, it was a very well-known fishing hotspot called Fergie's Lodge. Fishermen came from all over BC and northwestern Washington to fish the Cheakamus, Squamish and Ashlu rivers for Salmon, Steelhead and Char. Today, people are still coming to these rivers for the fishing, so why not give them something to relate to? Fergie's Cafe it is!
Get there and get some yummy food in your belly. Located in a tiny hime/trailer kind of situation with lots of wood and windows, the cozy dining area offers panoramic views and a fantastic breakfast. Take a wander to the nearby stream and watch for eagles fishing (or fly fishermen)
I would love to rent one of the little cabins and eat here for a few days to sample everything in the menu. Paradise.
4.5 based on 145 reviews
Stopped by this place randomly on way between Whistler & Vancouver - was a cool, laidback ski bum sort of ambience...granola, hippie sort of thing with very relaxed environment. The bowls were awesome and super healthy...fresh and well prepared. No pretense in a cafe type environment (don’t expect fine dining!) Much better choice than the fast food crap so much more easily available. Worth driving a bit deeper into Squamish!
4.5 based on 163 reviews
This restaurant is located in a plaza and the ambiance is only okay. However, the food was tasty and the service was good. We sat in the outdoor patio for the fresh air but it was not a good view, a street and the backs of buildings.
The beer list was not very good. There were a couple of craft beers, but it was only a token representation. I would like to see more B.C craft Breweries represented. There are three local ones.
The food was fairly diverse, marrying Mexican and non-Mexican food, as the name would suggest. We enjoyed our food, but would not call it memorable.
4 based on 258 reviews
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