We needed a big, hearty breakfast to start our day as we were heading up Mt Rainier. The portions and variety at Alexander's were great. It took us far :)
Stopped here for lunch on our way into Mt. Rainier National Park. Sitting outside under an umbrella, sipping a glass of wine, and feeding the trout with small pellets of "trout food" was a relaxing way to wait for an excellent seafood lunch. If the place hadn't been so far from the Paradise Inn - inside the park - I'd... More
We both had the French onion soup and the salmon on the menu, both very good. Rhubarb crumble for dessert was great. Wine list by the glass basically non-existent, only offered a red, chardonnay, or white zin. Should have offered much more for the caliber of restaurant they are trying to portray. But definitely still recommend.
My dad and I ate supper here. I had a delicious homemade soup and a salad and dad had a burger. Both meals were delicious. We had dessert which was delicious also. Waitress was nice and helpful. We also had breakfast included with our stay. We had fresh fruit and a muffin to start and then we could order from... More
Once again we enjoyed fresh - really fresh - pan-fried trout at one of our favorite restaurants. They catch it in their glacier-fed pond right behind the restaurant fresh each morning. I enjoy watching the wait staff debone the fish - I've now learned how to do it the same way at home. A lovely white wine and fresh baked... More
They did have fresh trout (for $26) but it was very bland. The service was extremely slow as the waitstaff seemed to be running in all places -- I think they understaff. I would go to copper creek inn for dinner rather than here.
My wife and I have eaten dinner here at least three times and the food has consistently been good. The staff is very friendly. It is much better than the park lodges where the quality of the food has deteriorated over the last few years.
Lots of options at this unexpected gem. The waitstaff could not have been any nicer - same with the hostess. We had a variety of items - soup, entrees (white salmon special & sole) and dessert. All were very very good. Wine choices were good.
I've been stopping at Alexander's for many years after a day of hiking or days of backpacking on Mt. Rainier. It always comes through. The menu is small, but the fresh trout and the ribs are always wonderful, as they were this time. Our server was delightful. When we asked about a wine we didn't know, she was truthful in... More
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