Built in 1910 as the local Canadian Pacific Railway depot, The Station is the oldest building in Lake Louise. This gorgeous venue was restored to preserve the character of rustic log walls and leaded windows. Chef Jerry Cook’s contemporary Canadian cuisine is accented with fresh herbs grown on-site.
The Station Restaurant is a historic treasure located by the CPR railway line and Bow River tucked away from other Lake Louise visitor amenities. Dine in the restaurant with long bar and three-hearth fireplace or on the patio overlooking the heritage garden. Wander the grounds, and borrow a bocce or croquet game to play on the large lawn. Admire the elegant dining cars Delamere (1925) and Killarney (1906), the former of which can be booked for functions. The gift shop sells books (some rare) and antique CPR silver.
Lunch Menu Samples
Soups: chef‘s daily soup; French onion; Station Corn Chowder
Salads: traditional Caesar salad; Summer Watermelon Salad with fresh basil, feta cheese, olive oil and balsamic on arugula and baby greens
Station Burger: 8-oz Alberta beef or bison burger with Canadian cheddar
Classic hot turkey sandwich: with apple sage dressing and homemade gravy
Dinner Menu Samples
Appetizers: crispy duck tacos; shrimp and cremini mushrooms