This was one of the first restaurants recommended to me even before I had moved to Whitehorse. But when you arrive in February for a visit and in March to stay, it’s unfortunately not open. So we wait.
This year, it opened on Mother’s Day. And the first few days it was open, we could see from just driving by that it was packed.
Over the May long weekend, we had some guests in from out of town. On their final day, the holiday Monday, we set out for a soak in the hot springs, and then were back in town for lunch. Apparently, many places close on holidays. Thankfully, not Klondike Rib and Salmon.
We were able to get a table right away as the joint was busy but not full.
My friends ordered the way I like – we all had different meals.
A had a boar sandwich that doesn’t appear to be on the lunch menu listed on the website: “Good, tasty, pulled pork type of burger.”
Overall, we all walked away happy with our meals and plenty full.
Likelihood of return visit: Yep – want to try their dinner menu.
Recommended dish: Halibut Chowder
Tripadvisor: #3 of 87 Restaurants in Whitehorse
Klondike Rib and Salmon: 2116 2nd Ave, Whitehorse, Yukon