My husband and I wanted a late lunch before boarding the ferry to POW Island, so we went to the Landing Restaurant. The menu featured several selections of halibut. I ordered two pieces of fried halibut. They were thick, well prepared, and came with a good dipping "sauce". The chocolate peanut pie was delicious. I spotted a display of huge sweet rolls and requested one to take with me. Our server promised to fine a soft one. She did, and it was tasty. This server was quick and personable.
Two weeks later, we went back for another late lunch before catching the water taxi to the airport. The halibut was just as good as I'd hoped. I requested another sweet roll but our server said they weren't fresh. This server was a bit "scattered" and our service was very slow. We requested water three times before we got it, and the hostess had to come and get our credit card for payment. However, this is a convienient place to eat when you are in the area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This beautiful hotel is your first stop traveling via Alaska Airlines, Alaska Marine Highway or the Inter Island Ferry. The Landing Hotel also houses the two most popular local restaurants in Ketchikan; The Landing Restaurant and Jeremiah's Pub serving breakfast all day, lunch and dinner. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Best Western Ketchikan
- Ketchikan Best Western