The word "Nasti" does not mean nasty. It is the Sámi word for "Star", hence this is the "Star pub."
MY FIRST VISIT
It might be by chance, but at the time I visited Nasti, there were a lot of young people joiking (traditional Sámi singing). So if you wish to experience live joiking, this is the place to go.
The atmosphere was a little more shabby, however, and the only item on the menu was pizza. Not home made, but the well known Grandiosa pizza that you would buy for 30 crowns in the store across the street.
THAT WAS THEN!
There was a fire, the beer shop and the hair dresser moved out, the owner of the pub bought the entire building, repaired the damages from the fire, added another section, and it now features a proper menu, a pub, a disco... it's huge!
Tables. People eating, drinking and chatting. And occationally, they play darts. Sounds like your average pub, except sounds of Norwegian and Sámi dialogues will be heard.
Maras is definitely my favourite pub in Kautokeino, as the atmosphere is laid back and cosy. And word has it, that they have an excellent pizza.