Well prepared food, great beer choices and an amazing view. Glad we ate there and continued our non stop consumption of fish and chips, all made with Halibut, at every stop on our cruise.
There aren't that many eating options on Icy Straight Point. The food here seems even more overpriced than elsewhere in Alaska and, while it was okay, wasn't very memorable.
Very good seafood! We ate lots of halibut and cod fish and chips on this trip but this was some of the best. Very simple limited menu and order/pick up but all just what we wanted.
Like most restaurants in Alaska this was very expensive. One halibut fish and chips meal was nearly $20. Even bottled water was about $3-$4!!! Very good food though. The staff was not all that friendly, but not rude.
After waiting in a slow line and paying a huge price for fish and chips, we sat at a table. And waited and waited and waited.... We finally stopped the woman who had been bringing out food--including fish and chips to people who came after we did. She was not nice or concerned that we hadn't gotten food--she said they... More
Sue C - I would like to sincerely apologize for the lack of customer service you received at our restaurant. I appreciate you taking the time to review us and letting us know about your experience. We are taking this review very seriously and will be making changes to insure that this does not happen again. Our prices are consistent... More
There are several dining choices at the shopping area where cruise ships tender and drop passengers off. We chose to grab a bite at The Cookhouse. There are two registers and the line moved a little slow. The girls working the registers were getting orders together and running them to sitting customers, so the efficiency was not there. If you... More
We stopped in to try the reindeer sloppy joes after getting off our cruise ship. We visited early May and were told they only open when the ships come in. So I expected to pay tourist prices. They do have outdoor seating with heaters and greats views. You can also get Alaskan Ale.
We didn't have an excursion booked for Icy Strait so we just walked off the cruise ship and ambled around. We enjoyed the shopping and decided to get a bite. The cookhouse has a hut out on the pier that serves crabs and bisque. We ordered a bowl of the King Crab bisque and got half of a snow crab... More
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