What can I say? This is a finely tuned operation, geared towards feeding massives busloads of cruise ship tourists in an efficient and profitable manner. The salmon is okay without being fantastic, the salad bar is large without being staggering. The cost is "tourist-high", although coupons are available at the visitor's center in Fairbanks. I would normally never spend $30 a head for what is only marginally better than casino-buffet food, but did it anyway for the "Alaska experience." It is what it is.
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