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  • Seafood

Welcome to The Cookery, a culinary gem nestled in the heart of Seward, Alaska. This charming eatery offers a delightful fusion of local ingredients and global flavors, creating a dining experience that is both adventurous and comforting.

The Cookery’s commitment to sustainability and community shines through in every dish, as they source their produce from nearby farms and showcase the best of Alaskan cuisine. Since opening in the spring of 2015, The Cookery has been dedicated to providing an authentic and memorable dining experience focusing on honest service and a warm atmosphere. Whether you’re a local foodie or a visitor seeking a taste of authentic Alaskan fare, The Cookery promises a memorable and delectable dining experience.

The menu, which changes often depending on what is in season, offers a tantalizing array of dishes that showcase the best of Alaskan cuisine. There is a selection of oysters that are delivered daily. Chef specials such as the Alaskan seafood platter, featuring a variety of freshly caught seafood, and the wild game stew, made with locally sourced game meats, are fan favorites. Additionally, the cedar-planked salmon, showcasing the best of Alaskan cuisine, has garnered rave reviews for its exquisite flavors and presentation. Each dish at The Cookery is a testament to the restaurant’s commitment to serving authentic and unforgettable Alaskan fare.

The beverage menu at The Cookery is as impressive as its delectable cuisine. The restaurant takes pride in offering a thoughtful selection of local and regional beers, showcasing the best Alaskan breweries. From the crisp and refreshing Alaskan White Ale to the robust flavors of the Midnight Sun Brewing Company’s Panty Peeler Tripel, beer enthusiasts are sure to find a brew that delights their palate. For wine connoisseurs, There is an array of carefully curated wines to complement the diverse flavors of the menu. Guests can savor a glass of Alaskan-made wine or explore a selection of international varietals, each chosen to enhance the dining experience. To add an extra touch of creativity, the drink menu also features a selection of special cocktails that highlight local ingredients and flavors. Whether it’s a refreshing concoction infused with wild berries or a cocktail inspired by the spirit of the Last Frontier, the bar offers an exciting array of libations to complement the restaurant’s culinary offerings.

Standing as a beacon of culinary excellence, The Cookery in Seward, Alaska, celebrates the bounty of Alaskan produce and seafood while offering a warm and inviting dining experience. Its commitment to showcasing authentic Alaskan cuisine through impeccably prepared dishes and a thoughtfully curated drink menu is truly commendable. The restaurant’s dedication to using fresh, locally sourced ingredients and its ability to craft unforgettable flavors have undoubtedly made it a beloved destination for locals and visitors alike. The Cookery’s culinary mastery and commitment to serving an exceptional dining experience make it a must-visit for anyone seeking to savor the best of Alaskan fare.

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  • Starry Yuan
    Starry Yuan
    5 months ago

    Oysters and seafood chowder are super great! Highly recommend. The entree is more like a fusion and new style, we tried fried chicken, pork and salmon. All are also good, but not very special. Overall the plating of food is great.This place is popular, good to reserve online in advance. The service is good.

  • Peter
    4 months ago

    Mostly tapas type of dishes with a few specialized entrees. Excellent overall, we enjoyed everything we had. We had the oysters, salmon, tri-tip steak, and cream cheese ice cream.Raw oysters were excellent, very fresh. Salmon: cooked perfectly, having the skin crispy is an excellent touch. Very light dish Tri-tip: very good, but nothing special Cream cheese ice cream: if you love cheese cake this a must try*Recommend getting a reservations a few days before *Their menu selections changes from time to time.

  • Aaron Winnett
    Aaron Winnett
    6 months ago

    I have to say I was impressed. Service never seemed to miss a beat. Food was on point. Flavors were great. Their soup, BLToast, Salmon and pork dish (Meatballs) followed with two separate desserts for tasting. My only feed back would be a slightly bigger portion with the meatball dish or have an option for a few more based on the size of the meatball. It was overall a very great experience, if ever in Seward again I would come back. Dinner for two with a couple of drinks came out to about $170 and definitely worth it. Thank you!

  • Sweet Iced Tea
    Sweet Iced Tea
    6 months ago

    This is a hidden gem in Alaska! To be honest, I did not expect to find such fine seafood restaurant in Seward but this place is simply amazing! Everything we ordered was delicious and super fresh! Seasoning was just spot on, complementing the freshness of the ingredients. The atmosphere and service was also warm and friendly. A must visit in Seward! The place can easily be full so do come early or make reservation in advance.

  • Mary Walker
    Mary Walker
    7 months ago

    we were lucky enough to get a table at the bar but boy was the wait worth it. Started off with local 🦪 oysters, fresh bread and spreads, the i had the crab salad and soup for my entree & my hubs had the salmon. Both were excellent

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