If you have arrived in Kodiak on a cruise ship you will appreciate a change of menu/venue but after all the force feeding on board you might want to share the large portions in Henry's.
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They usually have a great beer selection for a small restaurant on an island in Alaska. The food is good and the prices are reasonable for the location. The staff is friendly and prompt. Their competition makes them look stellar.
Very good and service. Expensive compared to home but comparable to other restaurants in Kodiak. No complaints. The halibut fish and chips were outstanding as was the club sandwich.
I ordered the Cajan Calamari, $14.75, it was thick cut, tender and delicious. Wife enjoyed her salad with smoked salmon, $15.50. We sat at a table adjacent the bar; self seating. Now the service: our server, Liz, took a good 5 minutes getting to our...More
the atmosphere is good. It is THE place to eat in Kodiak. Most of the food is fried unless you get a salad. Its actually quite boring if you live there, because the food just doesn't have that fresh appeal to it. Its where most...More
We've come to Kodiak three different years and we eat at Henry's at least a couple times each visit. I'll keep this short: Get the Cajun Calimari!!! They have regular and cajun. Don't be afraid of it being spicy. On a spicy scale of 1...More
Had to spend two days in Kodiak and this was within walking distance from hotel. We had burgers, onion rings (these are great!), steak, and various types of seafood. All was great. Service was okay. Many TVs for game viewing. A variety of beers on...More