After disembarking from a small cruise trip, we stayed an extra day in Sitka and before the trip I checked on possible restaurants for that day. After reading the reviews, I made a reservation at Ludwigs. I was certainly glad I had done that because it would not have been possible to get a reservation once we got there, and we would have missed out on a great meal. The place is very small, but interestingly appointed with a nod to the Mediterranean. The menu was a mix of all sorts of interesting dishes - we had a terrine of slow-cooked pork with duck fat (probably high calorie, but OMG delicious), a halibut seviche and other tasty dishes. The wine and service was excellent. We noticed that they had an upstairs Tapas bar with live music that same night (also sold out). It was certainly not inexpensive, but relative to the prices in general in Sitka, not bad.
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