The only way to get the best salmon in Alaska is to have a good, quality dinner at a restaurant in the state, according to the company that owns the restaurant that serves the fish.
Golden Seafood, owned by Ketchikan-based Sauté Pacific, recently opened a restaurant on the island of Nome.
It’s named after the Alaskan fish.
It is one of only two restaurants on Nome’s famed Big Island.
The other is the island’s only sushi restaurant, but both offer a good menu of sushi, sashimi, and sushi-like dishes.
SautéPacific is the largest fish processor in Alaska, serving about 1,000 fish a day, said David Molloy, president of Sautepac.
Sauteport has about 2,000 employees in Alaska.
It employs about 1.5 million people, and about 4 million in the United States.
It has been in business for more than a century.
The fish is sold in about 10,000 stores in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and Europe.
Its best selling fish is the king salmon, a white and yellow salmon with white stripes, a deep-green flesh and a taste of lemon.