I've eaten here several times on business trips to Iqaluit. The food is very good and consistent. Service can be a little on the slow side so you should pay soon after ordering at lunch or risk standing in a long line. They make a good muskox burger - it's a lot of food. Also delicious was the maple char in grainy mustard (which another reviewer mentioned). It was excellent. Prices are on par with Iqaluit. I must say that I was impressed by the quality of the salads, and side veggies. I didn't expect such fresh and well prepared veg! Very good, and a must eat when you are in Iqaluit.
The local artisans stroll through the restaurant with their works. Lots of wonderful carvings, jewellery, beadwork etc. It is somewhat of an interruption when you are eating there for the 4th time in a week, and you just want to have a conversation, but it is all part of the Iqaluit experience.
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