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The Alaska Salmon Bake at Pioneer Park, Fairbanks
(3.4/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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  • This is a good sized enterprise and they feed a lot of people at a time. The three entrees are cooked over an open pit and you get potatoes and other fixins, along with a drink and dessert. You can di...  more »
  • Had we known about Pioneer Park earlier we would have gone and taken a whole day to visit. This is how to visit this attraction. The salmon bake takes place as part of an excursion and is good. Well t...  more »
  • Great salad bar with bread and baked beans, meat choices included salmon, prime rib, cod and chicken, crab legs cost extra. Several drink selections and a dessert and coffee cabin. Long family style p...  more »
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  • Just don't waste your time. First, you get a plastic plate shaped like a fish. They tell you to reuse it when you go for additional servings, which I'm pretty sure violates several health codes. Service is poor, lines are long. The prime rib is decent, the salmon is mediocre at best. $35 person could be better spent anywhere.
  • This is a decent one-time touristy thing. Not so much on flavor, but as much food as you care to eat. They put the salad bar, beans and other filler foods up front so you'll fill your plate before you get to the meat. Prime Rib is hidden in the corner. Not accustomed to begging for another serving at an all-you-can-eat place. When I asked for a second slice of Prime Rib, he replied that my first piece was fairly thick. I smiled and asked again for a second slice. He replied that they are trying to reduce waste and want to make sure people will eat it. I asked if I had to go sit down and and then return to get another serving. He reluctantly gave me another serving. Granted, they'd go broke if others were like me and skipped the filler food for meat, but don't advertise all-you-care-to-eat if it isn't.
  • As visitors to Fairbanks, I would not recommended eating here. Your money is best spent elsewhere. The crab legs are not included. Neither is the halibut. Both were very chewy. I've had better seafood from Long John Silver.
  • Worth it. So much delicious salmon! :)
  • They use to be worth the money when it included the crab legs and halibut. Now you have to pay extra to add on the halibut and extra for crab legs, by the pound. Besides all the extra charges they did not reduce the price for dinner. We will not go back. Paid $140 for 4 people which did include 1 add on of 2lbs of crab legs and that was including military discout. We will be sure to let friends, coworkers and my clients know of the new change so they won't be as surprised and disappointed as we were. The salmon and cod was good but not worth $140. Can't imagine the cost without the discount.