The Chartroom is the Best Western Kodiak Inn's in-house restaurant. It is as close as we get to fine dining in Kodiak. It has a great view looking over the harbor and a small but decent wine list. Table cloths and a quiet setting. A sliding glass door seperates it from the bar and smoking area. Locally caught fish is available most nights. It is our special occassion restaurant and I'll take visitors there for a nice dinner.
As of March 2012 they now have a new chef working here and the food has improved in a big way. So nice to have a classy place to go that serves good food again.
Wednesday night burger and brew for $10 draws a crowd.
Easter Brunch 2013 was excellent. All you can eat King Crab plus a nice buffet, cooked to order eggs and mimosas. $35 each and $17 for kids.
This restaurant is one of the top two in Kodiak. The other is the Buskin River Inn. Both fine dining establishments are located in hotels, and both have excellent views. The Chartroom is located on top of the Kodiak Inn which overlooks the city harbour. You can enjoy a fine bevrage while watching the boats in the channel go about their way. There is a lounge attached to the main dining floor, with a bar with high stools for great views.
Favorite Dish: The Chartroom specializes in Alaskan fare. They do wonderful things with wild game and wild salmon. All fish is locally caught, and your waiter can go into further detail of what region of the island the fish you are about to eat was harvested from. If you are interested in the wine list, Dan can help you make an excellent choice to compliment your dinner.
The Chart Room serves all meals, and is located in the Best Western Kodiak Inn (KI).
Favorite Dish: I haven't eaten there. I have been there for Jazz in the lounge on Friday nights. It seems very nice.