The kitchen staff is legendary for producing fabulous cuisine in the middle of the wilderness, and Phil has surely stepped it up a notch!
When in season, you may wake up to fresh picked blue berries in the muffins or pancakes, or a camp favorite – smoked char frittata. Perhaps a hearty bowl of hot oatmeal or a generous plate of eggs and bacon with biscuits and gravy may be more your style. Dinner reads like a gourmet menu – almond crusted salmon with citrus glaze, creamy alfredo pasta and garlic crustinies; New York strip steaks with mushroom sauce and baked potatoes; halibut fish tacos (a camp favorite) with pico de gallo, charro beans, Spanish rice (and our famous wilderness margaritas); roasted pork loin with apple poblano chutney, wild rice and braised red cabbage with port wine. Each main entrée is often complemented with wild Alaska salmon or halibut just minutes from the water. Freshness like this will forever change your opinion about the fish you have been eating back home!
Green salads, vegetables and homemade bread complete the meal, but delicious deserts like molten chocolate brownies, canolis, and carrot or tres leches cake, will surely satisfy your appetite.
The guide’s wood fired, fresh fish shore lunches are known to raise a few eyebrows as well, but most mid-day meals consist of a riverside “brown bag” style lunch with sandwiches, fresh fruit, chips and dessert.
Special diet considerations, including those who do not care for fresh fish? Usually not a problem, but please contact us in advance.