1 Whitehorn Road,
Lake Louise
403.522.1310

$35 Dinner

Red Hat jumbo beef steak tomatoes, cucumber & greens salad bles-wold farms greek yogurt and dill dressing with garlic chips. 

Deepwater Farms pan-seared sea bass and Little Potato Company fingerlings patatas bravas “Spanish style” roast potatoes and spicy tomato sauce with garlic crispy capers, grilled lemon & saffron aioli. 

 

Recommended Pairings

Craft Beer: Blindman Brewing 5 of Diamonds Pilsner – $9

Cocktail: “Rosé Sangria” with Eau Claire Distillery Saskatoon Honey Gin – $14

Welcome to Rocky Mountain hospitality at the Lake Louise Ski Resort & Summer Gondola!

Located at 6700’ (2042m), the Whitehorn Bistro proudly offers an Alpine-inspired menu nestled within the remodelled Lake Louise Ski Resort’s original gondola drive station.

We are relentless in our search for locally grown flavours, then incorporated into contemporary Canadian dishes reinvented with a Rocky Mountain twist. Pair your dinner with carefully selected Western Canadian wines, regional craft beers or handcrafted cocktails; creatively infused with locally grown ingredients!

Our menus have been created in collaboration with many local, regional and Canadian award-winning suppliers. We recognize those who, in turn, allows us to showcase authentic Rocky Mountain flavours!

Voted #1 On-Mountain restaurant in North America by USA Today 2020 Travellers Choice Award “Certificate of Excellence.”

chef david aceroOriginally from Colombia, Chef David Acero’s mom taught him how to cook for the family at a very young age. At age 17, David moved to Sydney, Australia and began working for an Italian-Argentinean Chef while studying different business courses. Deciding that business school was not for him, he followed his boss’ advice to learn culinary arts at TAFE and Le Cordon Bleau Cooking Academies. During his time in Australia, David developed his Chef’s career by working in different food venues such as Aqua Fine Dining Restaurant, Marriott Hotel, various catering companies, pizzerias, cafes, and fast food joints.  Keep reading…