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The Cookhouse Restaurant is located at Icy Strait Point. This is a great place to grab a bite to eat before or after your exciting tour, show or Zip line adventure! Fish & Chips, Burgers, Mini Salmon Burgers and our Exclusive Caribou Sliders!
All reviews halibut fish and chips fries burger reindeer sausage chilli chowder icy strait point cruise ship bucket list nearby beach amazing fish little pricey sit outside enjoy the view beautiful view free wifi zip line
Stopped here for a great lunch of Halibut fish and chips. Large portion so my wife and I shared it. Loved the view and nice spot for and outdoor patio lunch on a nice sunny day.
Walk up to order. Service good and food hot....More
Had heard of this place by way of review when preparing for our cruise. Checked it out after an excursion & was not disappointed. The halibut & chips were so fresh & delicious. A great choice for lunch!!
We came back from fishing and our guide recommended The Cookhouse. They had burgers and fish and chips with a rotating selection of Alaskan and Washington beers. I had the Halibut and Chips which was fresh caught and delicious. The others had regular Fish and...More
After a long walk into town (took the shuttle back to the pier), we had heard their halibut and chips could not be beat and we were ready for a bite. Since the dish was $19.99 we opted to share. It was toward the end...More
Great food, I had Fish and Chips and Chowder. Both were amazing. It was a chilly day and the chowder was nice and hot. My Halibut Fish and Chips was fantastic.My husband had the Reindeer Sausage and it was just as good as the Reindeer...More
Our first port on a 7 day cruise. Halibut and fries was the target in every port. Based on the high Trip Advisor rating we were keen to dine here. I’d give high marks for cleanliness and location/setting however, the halibut was real tough and...More