Settle at a table overlooking the tiny harbour and let a pair of friendly women transform produce from the fjords and hills – the Icelandic lamb with bearnaise sauce and local cod with capes are renowned. Be sure to…
Malarkaffi, the cafe at Malarhorn guesthouse, serves a super array of Icelandic lamb and just-caught fish on its 2nd-storey verandah overlooking the fjord.
The menu changes daily at this friendly restaurant: look for fish fresh from the fjord, crispy pizzas and rhubarb with cream for dessert. Great outdoor tables when sunny.
The town’s welcoming pub and restaurant is set in a historic wooden building with carved magic symbols on the bar. The nutty, sesame-crusted chicken is delicious.
The biggest grocery shop in the area is by the N1 petrol station. Also has a small cafe.
Well-stocked minimart by the town petrol pumps.