This area is lovely but it is a tourist trap. There are a lot of better areas to eat that also have great atmosphere in this lovely city. I particularly liked looking at some of the shops in the old town that offer Inuit art and sculpture. They were NOT cheap (thousands!) but we treated the shops like we would a museum and the sculptures were amazing. Biking is hard on the cobblestones so we walked around. Note: the old marketplace that has modern shops has bathrooms in the basement. The old city was a nice stroll but I didn't feel like I needed a whole day there. We did enjoy a beer and lunch there but it was overpriced for what it was. Go for the architecture and then eat somewhere else!
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