Although we only had a lunch-time sandwich each, this place served the best food we ate during 4 days in Kodiak. The corned beef in my Reuben was moist and plentiful and the sauerkraut full of crunch and flavour. My wife's Maseltov Marvel (basically pastrami on dill rye) was equally impressive. It was slightly strange on entry to see that the coffee shop doubles as a purveyor of Orthodox icons and similar items although having read other TA reviews I now understand why. The young people serving us were exceptionally friendly and a real credit to their community. Had we not been with an organised tour which was trying to spread its custom around as many local businesses as possible we would probably have eaten here every day.
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