Sushi Village sets aside over half the restaurant for “walk-in” guests.
Come in and chat with the host. They will give you an estimated wait time for a table, at which time you can either have a drink in our lounge or wander the beautiful Whistler Village until we are ready for you.
Being busy is the best/worst problem for a restaurant to have.
We love all our guests and want you to be happy. During holidays and weekends the line-ups can be very long. We encourage all to “anticipate the wait”. Send one member of your group to get your name on the wait list approx. 45-60 minutes prior to when you wish to dine.
Sushi Village happily accepts dinner reservations for groups of 6 – 14 through our online booking system, resy.com
When can I make reservations for Christmas / Easter / Spring Break, etc?
Sushi Village takes reservations up to 3 months in advance. All availability is available on Resy.com!
What’s up with the 10 minute/2 hour reservation rule?
Sushi Village asks that you be prompt for your reservation. We only hold the reservation for 10 minutes and we need everyone present to seat you. WHY? Because often groups change size. Your 12 just became a group of 8 or vice versa. We need to see your whole group to adjust and make changes. After 30 years, we are wizards at adjusting to changing parties. Also, we give everyone a leisurely 2-hour dining time with us.
Provided we have no prior bookings, Sushi Village can accommodate large groups.
For all groups of 15 or more people, we do require a set menu.
Menu prices are $30, $40 or $50 per person and it’s a really great way to experience Sushi Village. Your guests simply sit, order drinks and a variety of family style sharing platters, made up of our most popular dishes, arrives at the table for all to enjoy!
Please email at firstname.lastname@example.org for availability.