Was in Valdez on an escorted, guided tour to see Prince Williams Sound. Was here 7/27. You can walk through the entire town in under 30 minutes. Located across from a Testero gas station. Safeway nearby.
Had the Red Salmon and chips for $14.50. Portion is enough for two depending on how hungry you are. Includes a cup of cole slaw or baked beans and a canned soda, ice tea or kid's Capri Sun juice packet. Halibut and chips are $18.75 with prices ranging from $13.75 for a Cheeseburger basket to $15.25 for specialty burgers (baskets include fries and a soda or bottled water). They serve breakfast $7.25 to $8.75 (eggs, 2 pancakes, bacon/sausage, hash browns) and lunch, burger baskets from $7.75 to $9.25. They had their own "fries sauce" (think 1000 Island dressing) and tarter sauce/lemon.
Since this was Alaska, had to try the salmon. It was still tender and moist with a light batter coating. Have not seen Salmon and chips in the "lower 48" so that was unique
Takeout or sit down on wooden picnic tables in the restaurants. You are not paying for the decor. Credit cards accepted. No paper receipts. They email the receipt to you.
Reasonable prices and portions considering that Valdez is "isolated" and everything has to be trucked in. The one waitress was overrun at the time I went in so I had to wait but I had no place pressing to be. I had to walk back to the Best Western but the food was still hot.
Opened from 5 am until 10 pm (breakfast until 11 am with lunch ending at 4 pm)
Alternatives is Halibut House down the street (only had one night so I tossed a coin) or the sit down restaurants along the harbor street or Safeway Deli.
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