We decided to seek out Bill Peyto's Cafe based on the reviews and based on the fact that there is such limited selection in the Lake Louise area, as well we did not want to try the Fairmont as their dishes were $50/entree. As per the address it said that it was in the Hostel International buildings; we were walking around the area for a while as we could not see any signage at night and with all the snow cover; we ended up getting lost and finding some young seasonal workers who lead us the right way. ***If you have trouble, go through the little gazebo, up the deck, and off to the left side; the entrance to the cafe is around the back of the building*** We found that the cafe was busy with all types of people and locals; young families, older people, teenagers, solo, and even the RCMP. There was only one server at the time and he was trying to serve 6 tables at once; took us a while to get seated, but it wasn't his fault he was understaffed. We asked the waiter about the signage; he said there was a small sign (and during the day saw it) but because it was a national park, they couldn't put too much signage; otherwise they still got enough business. We had one of their draught beers; pretty good. We then ordered the bison burger and the mushroom swiss burger; both being excellent and very juicy. This is probably the cheapest place to grab a bite to eat, but it definitely does not feel like a cheap place; just a nice casual place if you are not looking for something fancy, are on a budget and just want some good simple food.
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