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September 24, 2010
From journal Follies in Seward
July 6, 2005
After several minutes of sitting down and not being greeted by our waiter it became obvious that Ray’s Waterfront restaurant was either unusually busy this Friday night or that they were understaffed as it took about 10 minutes to simply get our water glasses filled. Within 15 minutes, our waiter appeared, out of breath, greeted us, informed us of the specials of the day, asked what we would like to drink before or with dinner, and then almost literally ran back to put in our orders.
As my husband and I looked over the menus, we noted that the prices were reasonable for this tourist area, as seafood, steak, or chicken entrées averaged about $20 to $25, with King Crab being the most expensive at around $35. Appetizers ranged anywhere from $8 to $15. Everything on the menu looked mouthwatering; however, my husband ordered the macadamia-nut-crusted mahimahi with sweet chili sauce, and I ordered the halibut and asparagus with hollandaise sauce, which were both specials announced by our waiter. The meals came with scrumptious, crusty artisan bread with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and herbs to dip it in.
The food here was as advertised, delectable, mouthwatering, and delicious! The service was a bit slow, so they may either have been short on staff or just hit unexpectedly with a rush, as my sister-in-law didn’t even receive her ordered Sprite until we had finished dinner. Normally, I wouldn’t have even minded that the service was a bit slow, as I could have enjoyed the scenery, the atmosphere, and having some time to talk to my husband leisurely over a nowadays virgin mixed drink; however, since my in-laws were dining with us, we were a little more hurried. On the whole, I would recommend Ray’s Waterfront.
From journal Alaska Experiences with the In-Laws
Overland Park,, Kansas
September 24, 2004
From journal The Wonderful Kenai Peninsula
by Jack Ventura
August 24, 2002
From journal The Edge of Sea and Summer
by Virtually There
March 31, 2001
From journal Weekend Getaway to Alaska