Because of the size of the ship, besides a small self-service café offering hot drinks, biscuits, cakes and snacks, there is only one restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and evening meals. This is the Imaq, which is aptly named after the Inuit word for ‘sea’ as it has picture windows around three sides offering magnificent sea views.
Breakfast and lunch are both buffet meals, including the usual international fare plus a more Scandinavian style of menu that includes cold meats, smoked fish, yoghurts and cheeses. At breakfast, you can also order freshly cooked eggs or a variety of pancakes.
Evening meals can be either a self-service buffet or a set meal where there may be one or two sittings, depending on the number of passengers. The set dinner menu offers a choice of starters, which can be ordered earlier in the day. Alternatively, passengers can substitute the main course for a pasta dish.