One of the worlds remotest restaurant & lodge
About 50km. From Nuuk, is the city's leading destination, Qooqqut Nuan.
Qooqqut Nuan`s pier ensure dryshod walkway, and after a walk of about 300 meters you arrive at the restaurant, located in one of the best views.
The restaurant has a selection of local Ingredients on the menu, and these are made with a fusion of strong spices from the Far East and the European classic cuisine.
If you like to fish, you can choose to bring their own catch and have it prepared in the restaurant.
The playing pitch and large playground is very popular among visitors children and playful souls.
In connection with the restaurant there is a number of lodges that you can rent for the night and explore the area.
In the immediate vicinity are the ruins from the Norse settlement from about years 1000 - 1350 BC
At the mouth of the river are the ruins from the Inuit settlements originating from the migration of Tuleeskimoer. The old core of buildings from 1947 onwards, tell their own story from the late colonial period.
There is ample opportunity for hiking in the area, both for mountain mitten and beginners.
Botany and geology are also interesting. Among other things, stones named after the place: Qooqqut Granite.
In the river and in the inlet there is ample opportunity for fishing. On the beach, clams, and in the mountains there are herbs, mushrooms and edible flowers.
In the autumn season, it is possible to hunt everything from reindeer to blueberries and throughout the year can gather edible seaweed which can be cooked with other local Ingredients.
A trip to Qooqqut Nuan is a trip to Greenland worth in itself.