I was dubious but gave it a try because we had just spent a very long day in the park and it was on our way to Healy. The atmosphere is certainly rustic and casual, but the food was much better than we expected - not fine dining, but tasty and reasonably priced; not what you expect in a place that looks like it is going to be a tourist trap. I thought the chowder was surprisingly good for a restaurant that looks like a ramshackle log cabin. The halibut taco plate was huge, it was hard to find the tacos under the toppings. The halibut had been deep fried, so it really didn't need an additional layer of tortilla, but the fish was very nicely cooked and tasty. Eat there again? Probably.
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