We chose this restaurant after perusing their menu (among others) at our hotel. The menu was extensive, including a lot of seafood.
Once at the restaurant we admired the salmon-themed decorations, and noted the very heavy antique bar in the lounge, with is reputed to have been located in a bordello many years ago.
Our meal was delicious -- a featured Chinook (King) salmon with crab meat for me, and a silver salmon meal for my wife.
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