LOCAL FOOD
Unique Dining Environment

We offer good food from local ingredients sourced in the region and cooked from scratch in our kitchen. All our bread, cakes and cookies are homemade as well. We pride ourselves on the authenticity of our kitchen, where you are made a part of the family and can talk with the owners and watch them prepare your meals with love and care to ensure that you enjoy not only your meal but the full experience of the Icelandic kitchen.

Open 8 am – 10 pm Open 15 May – 31 September and by request at any other time of the year

MENU

BREAKFAST

Breakfast buffet 1,950 ISK

LUNCH

Today’s special

Soups and puddings
Meat or fish course of the day, roasted vegetables and pastries (soup of the day included) 3,300 ISK
Vegetable soup with home-baked bread and butter1,500 ISK Goulash soup or Icelandic meatsoup with home-baked bread and butter2,200 ISK
Rice pudding, blood-sausage (similar to haggis, cinnamon and half-and-half)1,650 ISK

Extra to accompany your soup or pudding
Freshly baked bread with marinated mutton fillet from the wilderness1,700 ISK

Slice of home-baked rye bread with homemade paté650 ISK
Slice of homebaked rye bread with smoked trout990 ISK
Homemade grandma style cake with whipped cream850 ISK
Slice of the housewife’s own cake, served with whipped cream990 ISK
Homemade sweets/chocolate 400 ISK

REFRESHMENTS: COFFEE & CAKES
A buffet of cakes, cookies and bread, all baked on the premises 1,900 ISK
Small pancakes with sugar and rhubarb jam (all you can eat)800 ISK
Spicy bread with butter and cheese 750 ISK
Slice of rye bread with lamb paté 650 ISK
Slice of rye bread with smoked trout 890 ISK
Waffle with whipped cream and homemade rhubarb jam800 ISK
Freshly made applecake with whipped cream1,000 ISK
Toffee date cake with whipped cream 1,100 ISK
Homemade cookie 350 ISK

DINNER

Soup of the night served with freshly baked bread 1,780 ISK
Goulash soup or Icelandic mountain lamb soup served with homemade bread2,390 ISK
Tonight’s special: Meat or fish course of the day, roasted vegetables and pastries (soup of the day included) 3,500 ISK

Three courses
Marinated sheep from Norðurdalur valley served on grilled bread, with horseradish sauce2,250 ISK
Trout with raisins and almonds, served with the housewife’s own sauce and a barley salad 3,990 ISK
Warm rhubarb pie with whipped cream1,300 ISK
Taste of the wilderness: Variety of different courses of local food6,500 ISK

Homemade cakes and sweets are available (see price list above)

DRINKS

Coffee / Tea 450 ISK
Hot Chocolate 590 ISK
Soda: Appelsín (orange soda) /Coca Cola380 ISK
Malt 410 ISK Beer
Icelandic Kaldi  in a bottle1,090 ISK

Red Wine (bottle). Chile: Concha y Toro Trio 7,990 ISK
White Wine (bottle). Australia: Jacob’s Creek Chardonnay 7,990 ISK

Bread, cakes and cookies are all made on the premises.
Free for children under five years old.
50% discount on buffet and Today’s Special for children aged 6-11.
11% VAT is included.

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