Ipiutaq Guest Farm is a sheep farm located in spectacular South Greenland, where your host, Agathe, has perfected the fusion of Greenlandic and French cuisine.
As Agathe describes, the cooking spirit at Ipiutaq blends the french ”savoir-faire,” with traditional local products such as mattak (whale skin) and dired apricot angelica chutney.
River Ilua nearby is home to some of the best Arctic Char fishing in Greenland – bring it home and it will be expertly prepared by Agathe.
Explore their website for a glimpse of what awaits you at their welcoming kitchen table:
- French “daube”, a type of stew where reindeer meat is cooked with vegetables, greenlandic plants and spices such as angelica, greenlandic labrador tea and thyme…
- Dried and smoked reindeer meat is prepared by Narajaq and comes from Isortoq Reindeer Station, served with French-style “mini-clafoutis” cooked with wild greenlandic sorrel.
We think this quote from Greenland Today says it best: “Ipiutaq ́s rare combination of excellent gastronomy, comfort and wild greenlandic nature is absolutely unique, highly addictive and completely unforgettable…”
Read more about the meeting of Greenlandic and French cuisine in this interview with Agethe.