We were very disapointed with the food preparation at the Salmon Bake at Pioneer park. The Salmon was overcooked and dry. The salads were tasteless. The fried haddock and cod were tasty as was the prime rib. Overall, very disapointing.
I love the food at the Salmon Bake, the price is a little high unless you know the trick. Place a to-go order, for 13 dollars you can LOAD up your plate and get dessert and drinks. I did this all the time when i lived there.
The Alaska Salmon Bake is located in Fairbanks's Pioneer park (Formerly Alaskaland.) It's open nightly from 5-9 PM, and it's a whopping 26 dollars a person. The food is really good, and it is all you can eat, but it's really pricey. They have a salad bar (on the smaller side of salad bars), bread, smoked salmon, fried halibut and cod, and prime rib as well as desserts, drinks and coffee. Pioneer park is really fun, and the many shops with Alaskan gifts are open until 9, so you do get that added benefit. Really the big question is the price, which as a resident of Fairbanks, seems really high.
There are several other restaurants that are not quite as expensive but still offer an Alaskan dining experience like Chenas on the riverfront (it's still up there in price, but you get huge portions and there are nice menu items for less than $26) the wolf run restaurant, and for fun Soapy Smith's, which is really reasonable.
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