Who would have thought you could get a good burrito and tacos in Seward, but you can. The food is very reasonable compared to other places in Seward. Check it out.
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My husband and I ate dinner here on a Saturday night. It is counter service only and a pretty small place but thankfully it wasn't crowded. We shared the halibut burrito and tacos. Both were excellent but we liked the tacos the best. Only downside...More
We ate here our first night in Seward. They had good food, not authentic, but good. I enjoyed trying some of the different salsas that they serve. They have several Alaskan beers on tap. Its definitely on the small side and can be crowded. We...More
The halibut burritos were excellent! Beware...the sauces are hotter than expected! The two of us stopped by on a Monday afternoon on a day when no cruse ships were in port; we were the only customers at the time. The young man who took our...More
We ordered a burrito, nachos, and a beer. A bit spendy at $30, but the burrito was really good. Food served fast and hot, with friendly service. The nachos had fake cheese on them (like what you'd get with ball park nachos), which was not...More
http://www.railwaycantina.com I never thought I'd see a restaurant serving Mexican type food in Seward, Alaska. Recommemded by Fodor's, so we gave it a try. You've heard the expression, "not much atmosphere but great food?" This place is that. Both the Blackened Halibut and Pulled Pork...More
The halibut burritos were excellent! Beware...the sauces are hotter than expected! The reindeer burrito was also very good..tender meat with excellent flavor.
Be warned they put a spicy chipotle sauce on all the burritos which are $11, drinks are bottled. My husband got the Halibut but couldn't eat it because of the chipotle. The chicken one I ordered was burned. One of my friends liked his but...More