This pub-restaurant was reconstructed from the elements of a building brought in from Russian Barentsburg (the giant white bust of Lenin peeking from behind the bar gives a clue), and it feels like a supremely comfortable and spacious trapper's cabin. Service is friendly and mains verge on the gargantuan.
Decent soups, hearty mains (steak and fish), and starters such as smoked minke whale and cured tenderloin of reindeer were on the menu when we passed through. Less formal dishes such as pizza and hamburgers are also possible. In high season, it's worth booking a table if you don't want to wait. The kitchen closes at 11pm.