The food was in the very very good range. The views were great, I think the best reviews undoubtedly come from tourists who are trapped here and find this to be a better than hoped for experience.
The halibut (I had it off the bar menu) was excellent, the fries were upper good. The prawns were excellent also, but in the food's defense, it is a huge chore to mess up fresh sea food in Alaska.
I tried to get the waitress to substitute me the Cajun Prawns that they advertise as available to put on any steak, instead of the Tempura that they offer standard, but it was either a slow day (for her) or pretending to not understand is a way to get out of special orders. I did not try the Cajun.
The place was busy, the atmosphere bar typical (even though it was clearly a restaurant trying to offer fine dining) and the view is Alaska mainstream.
If you're on a cruise ship and this is the Alaska you want to see, then you will LOVE this place. If you're in for an adventure, then come here if you got time and it's extra.
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