We were there at lunch, on a "ship" day. It was crowded, slow service,and the food was not any better then any we could get back home. Granted there were 4 ships in port; however, other restaurants we have gone to on port days have always risen to the occasion. The service was adequate, but had to ask twice for a soup spoon and the wait for the ticket was very long. Finally the manage came over and wrote the ticket himself.
The view was great though watching the floatplanes!
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