THE CORNER DELI
MAIN ST. NOODLES
The sandwich is the quintessential on-the-go food item, and this
quaint locale does them New York deli-style — except when they
go all Montreal with their stacked, smoked meat option. These are
not your school lunchbox sammies. In fact, they probably wouldn’t
fit in a typical lunchbox. The team at The Corner Deli is not shy on
the fillings, and they pack these in between freshly baked bread and
slather on the house-made sauces.
If you’ve got a large family or group, consider ordering over the phone
and getting them wrapped to go. Stick them in your backpack and
cruise to Lost Lake where you can go hiking, biking, or swimming
to work up an appetite needed for one of these sandwiches. They also
have salads, soups, vegan and gluten-free options.
“Our whole goal is to feed the workers and visitors of Whistler great,
fresh food that’s fast and delicious,” said Owner Jeremy Poyntz. “This
fits in perfectly with the Main Street food vibe. Nowhere else in
Whistler can you get to by car or by foot, that has ample parking and
so many food choices.”
It couldn’t be easier to get your noodle fix than at Main St. Noodles,
with the ability to pop in, and the convenience to order online or use
their handy app to pre-order your pad thai. Select the flavour you’re
after, add a protein, and select your spice tolerance with a few taps
and skip those procrastinating menu browsers. Their recognizable
white take-out boxes are packed with Asian flavours from black bean
teriyaki to satay to hoisin. This is a quick, tasty and affordable choice.
The portions are generous, so consider getting a selection and sharing,
Open until midnight, seven days a week; they offer $3 delivery
anywhere in Whistler from 5 p.m until midnight, making it a great
dinner-in or après option.
“It’s exciting to be a part of the Main Street community and work
alongside some amazing restaurateurs,” said Manager Alex Kingston.
“It’s also great to see many of the employees on Main Street taking
each other up on staff meal swaps on a daily basis, and building solid
relationships between the businesses.”