1st night in Alaska!
Amazing food, service, ambiance. One of the best experiences we have ever had. Worth every penny!!
This was one of, if not THE, best fine dining experiences I've had in Alaska. Wait staff was excellent, and little touches, like a complimentary amuse-bouche, really put it over the top. All this without even considering the setting, which is why most people come here, and is naturally in a class above all other Alaskan restaurants, pun intended.
A don’t miss experience for visitors from out of state! First class dining - pricey but excellent! The scallop bisque is out of this world!!!
The meal, ambience, food service was fantastic. I do have one issue: The parking instructions were confusing and when we called the hostess and told here where we were, in which parking lot, she had no idea where that was. This restaurant is on the top of a mountain and requires entering a hotel, going up to the second floor and outside, and taking a tram up the mountain. When we finally arrived at the hostess counter, she was on her iPad and did not acknowledge us at all. We had to wait for another employee to talk to us and seat us. Was this the owner's granddaughter???
The view is out of this world.
Our server Heidi was lovely.
All four of us experienced and enjoyed each course. Definitely one of the highlights of our trip.
From arrival to departure, the entire staff at Seven Glaciers hit the mark at every turn. Friendly and professional, they eased my party into a fine dining experience that, frankly, I wasn’t expecting to have on a mountain in the middle of Alaska. The spectacular views were matched by Chef’s presentations.
King Crab Legs - no butter nor lemon necessary
Bouillabaisse - interesting mustardy note
Wagyu New York - cut with a butter knife
Seasonal Harvest (pheasant) - outstanding
One of the best we’ve eaten at...and we’ve eaten at a lot. James, our bartender, was attentive & informative. The star of the show was our waitress, Joli, who made the whole evening extra special. We celebrated our 35 wedding anniversary and could not have picked a better place.
The location and view are worth it! The ambience is great. The food so-so: we had the Alaskan King Crab and it could have been fresher. The beignets (which I love) were not worth the calories for me and were not even in my top 10 list of best beignets.
We were still glad we went, it was our last nigth in Alaska before returning home. The tram ride and views from the top of Turnagain Arm were beautiful.
The overall was great. Dining there is an experience to be remembered. I was a bit disappointed when the wine flights that paired with the course were being served after the course and some of the folks serving the food were incorrect when asked about the dish. The food was excellent. A bit overpriced and I was surprised that the wine flight was all separate as it was a pairing. But it was an occasion and we will always remember it.
The ambiance is superb!! Snow in June? Only in Alaska.
However, honest to say, the food was just mediocre. With the price we paid, I was expecting more. Everything tasted very bland.
Service was really good. We were there to celebrate my birthday, and the waiter served us free dessert. Very thoughtful!
What a great evening for our anniversary. It was Friday evening and the weather cooperated and the mountains wee out. Riding the Tram up to the restaurant we were able to see bears down on the trail. A sow with cubs. Our dinner was fantastic. The food was wonderful. Our server sold us on the crab cakes and they were delicious. I am weary of crab cakes but these were great. We were given a dessert to celebrate our anniversary. It was yummy. Our biggest shock came when we learned our children had called ahead and treated us to dinner.
Celebrated our 46th wedding anniversary at this spectacular mountain top location. The tram ride is free if you have a reservation. Be sure to bring your camera. The view is awesome. Kelly was our server and knew the menu inside and out. His service was efficient and not intrusive. The food was excellent. If you are touring the state and want a most unique dining experience, try this wonderful gem. We are blessed to live in Alaska and we try to book a reservation here for most of our special occasions.
We celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary, the food service and views were great
Excellent service, ambiance, and a great wine list.
We loved the atmosphere. Fun and inviting. Service was great. On the waiters suggestion I ordered the King Salmon. It was our first time in Alaska so we were excited to try the fresh fish there. The salmon was 49.00 and very average. I was disappointed. I’ve had better salmon for far less money.
The waiter was great, very helpful in selecting items and going up on needs. The good was great also.
Outstanding view, menu and service. The food was quite good and the service was unobtrusive and very knowledgeable. We had a very nice visit and look forward to returning.
Start off with LOVE LOVE LOVE your restaurant. My only negative about our dinner at the restaurant was what happened at the end of our meal. At the beginning of service, our server (Kelly, EXCELLENT JOB) kept telling us, "You are in no hurry, this evening is at your pace." We were a table of 7 so we had a lot going on but we went with that and took our time, not to mention the fact that our first cocktail didn't hit the table for over 10 minutes. But we were having a lovely time so no big deal, right. Upon receiving our bill my companion promptly got his card out to pay, this whole transaction taking less than 5 minutes as he was signing the bill a host from your team came over and informed us that the next seating was there and we were invited to move to the bar but we couldn't remain at the table. I have to tell you, I was embarrassed I had selected the restaurant as I have never been disappointed. To be clear this was the last seating of the night and the restaurant was not full, my guests weren't finished and were off put by the fact that we were being rushed from our table. I will be back but this time was a time I will not forget for not a very good reason.
Amazing views ! Only gave it a 4 because we had a reservation but they seemed to be a little confused on where to seat us when we checked in. Hostess needs to be better , but other than that, great food , great waitress.
Didn’t expect overall experience to be as good as it was. Often restaurants with great outlook rely on this alone but not at 7 Glaciers. Standard of food great as was service.
Wonderful meal with great views
Amazing Location. Very nice ambience. Good Wine and Bar options. Need more options for Vegetarians.
WOW! The food was absolutely spectacular! The food alone is worth a visit, let alone the view from the top.
Celebrated our Honeymoon at this restaurant. The view and food were amazing
Had a wonderful meal with fantastic views of the surrounding countryside. The food was very good with adequate portions and good service. Fortunately, the weather cooperated with crystal clear blue skies which was an added bonus!
Seven Glaciers ambiance & scenic views was well worth the trip. We were an hour late for our reservations; however when we arrived the staff their worked hard to accommodate us. The food was great.
We were extremely disappointed with the food. My husband had the halibut which had absolutely no taste...for the price you really should be getting something outstanding. I had the King Crab which was okay but certainly nothing to brag about.
It was the first time we had ever eaten there, even though we’re long time Alaskans. Someone had given us a generous gift card and so we decided to make it a weekend at the hotel, along with our dinner.
We did have a nice table, but had to wait for it for 15-20 minutes while they reset it, as we had asked to move from one table to the next because of a blocked view. The staff were pleasant about it; however, we felt it surprising that it would take that long to set up a table for 2. Our waiter was very accommodating and when part of one of our dishes was cold, he took the plate back and brought us a hotter one with a little more food on it. Overall, it was a very nice experience.
The adventure starts on the tram, giving spectacular views at a comfortable pace. The restaurant is quite beautiful and the hosts welcoming. I think every seat offers an amazing view as ours did. The restaurant is enveloped with light.
The food if not especially exciting or risk taking delivered on taste and presentation. My only (slight) complaint was service was spotty, I had to ask for water often as well as for wine repours.
We went for a special occasion: a family reunion, and the restaurant delivered a night for memories
Outstanding view. Food was very good if somewhat overpriced.
The views and service were great however 2 of our 4 meals were over cooked. Both halibut filets were way over cooked and very dry. The table by the window was extremely hot due to the sun and the fact that one of the auto shades was not working and could not be dropped. My son also encountered a person in the men's bathroom passed out in one of the stalls. Overall, when you spend $500 on a dinner for 4 you expect much, much better. We will go back for the view however not the food.
Delicious food, great experience. Our server, Kelly, did a great job being present without hovering. Food was delicious but you are really paying for the view - which was well worth it! Highly recommended!
I was never so more disappointed in a dining experience the waiter was rude and slow and when our meal came my dinner wasn't what I ordered and the response it got was oh yea that's right I forgot to put that in that way sorry the kitchen is busy so it would take to long to remake so I paid full price for a meal that I ate one bite of steak on and that was it!
Outstanding service and food. We never felt rushed and had a beautiful scenic view.
Usually restaurants with this type of fare small portions but put a lot of French Oh là là on it. We had the seared duck which also included the Oh là là . Excellent. Left satisfied. Will go back. You should too.
The service was fantastic. It was very expensive though.
Great views and polite staff.
Incredible view and personable, accommodating service with of course the cool tram up the mountain. We had the tasting menu plus regular menu items. Our last couple items went off the chart on sodium, and the offer extended to remove a dish off the tab. Unique local source ingredients — would prefer less manipulation to allow those to shine.
Can't possibly beat the view , the food is good just a little to upscale for simple folk like me