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Heather M.
Report | 4 days ago
Anchorage's best kept secret! If you live on the south side of town, this is easier than going downtown to eat! Great service, great food. I can't wait to go back again!
Report | 18 days ago
Great food, atmosphere, and service by the owner of himself
Jennifer B.
Report | 19 days ago
The food was wonderful and the owner was great!
Henry H.
Report | 19 days ago
Watch for the Turnagain House sign along the highway. It's easy to miss at night.
James m.
Report | 2 months ago
Quiet, intimate setting with beautiful ocean view and fantastic food.
Bryan D.
Report | 2 months ago
The question, "Would I recommend Pepe's Turnagin House to others" seems absurd. I would recommend it to anyone and everyone. The atmosphere, excellent waitresses, and of course the fantastic food made for one of my most enjoyable dining experiences.
Kate S.
Report | 2 months ago
I'm in heaven. The scallops were soooo tender. The tenderloin appetizer super tender. A wonderful experience!
Flor C.
Report | 2 months ago
It is a cozy relaxed atmosphere with fabulous food !
Sherry A.
Report | 3 months ago
Great food, extremely friendly service!
Carlos g.
Report | 4 months ago
Excellent host, we made our reservation along with our choice of appetizer and entrees' from the menu. The food was delicious. Pepe is from Madrdid and a real people person. The paella reminded me of Spain along with the magnificent sangria, Enjoy.
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Owners Pepe and Kay Cebrian, the hosts at Pepe’s Turnagain House, serve up a blend of Spanish, Mediterranean, and American flavors accompanied by sweeping views of Turnagain Arm and the surrounding peaks. A profile of the artistically inclined Pepe by the Turnagain Times reveals he was born in Madrid, Spain, and learned much of his culinary know-how there. “I consider myself a painter,” he said, “but people tell me I’m a very good cook,” just as Einstein considered himself a pinochle player while others called him an eminent scientist. Exotic spices blend with Alaskan seafood and other fresh ingredients on this upscale restaurant's menu, whereas the wood-paneled walls and rustic decor envelop diners in coziness.

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