Was surprised to be paying New York prices for lunch in the Yukon, especially for fish, but found there are few bargains in this part of Canada and Alaska as their annual income is derived from a short tourist season (May-Sept). The food was tasty and servings were ample- the restaurant has character as there are lots of kitschy items to look at while waiting for your meal- i.e. snowshoes, photos of gold rush days. Seating is inside or out which is a nice option. There is an assortment of specialty beers from which to choose. It is located across the street from the Westmark hotel and in the midst of the main shopping area in town, so its convenient. Others in our group enjoyed dinner there. As it was recommended to us by both the tour director and the hotel, this place gets lots of tourists- at least one of their wait staff was European and able to communicate with German tourists at an adjacent table. Regrettably, we were too full for dessert- a couple at the next table was expressing their enjoyment of a fruit pie with a crumble topping.
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