Skjaldarvík runs a great country-side restaurant at their guesthouse that is open to everyone. They provide customers with a variety of different cuisines by using organic, locally grown products whenever possible. For the adventurous foodies, we recommend trying the ‘secret’ soup of Skjaldavík, one of their signature dishes.
Skjaldarvík caters to larger groups as well, so if you are a tour organiser or travelling with a large group, Skjaldarvík will welcome you. Choose from a two or three-course group menus that are perfectly put together with a mix of traditional Icelandic cuisine and international favourites, including lamb, fish and Skyr desserts.
Meals here were fantastic. The daily breakfasts were a beautiful array of meats, cheeses, breads and sweets, yogurt, muesli, fruit, the traditionally Icelandic tomatoes and cucumbers, homemade jams (that you can purchase!), coffee, tea and hot chocolate. Plus we ate one dinner here…fresh soup, bread and pesto starter, a delicious ricotta and spinach pasta, delicate salad greens. The portions are right on and everything seems just so fresh! For dessert we had ice cream made on the farm just up the road: caramel, blueberry and rhubarb sorbet. Do spend at least one dinner here.