In our nordic cuisine we like to present simple key ingredients from local sources. We hunt wild game, catch fish and gather wild herbs, fungi and berries to use in our cooking. Over the summertime we grow our own vegetables and herbs, despite the extremely harsh conditions here at the northern end of the world. We passionately believe that obtaining raw ingredients from nature is a very important part of how we experience the food we eat.
We explain Nordic culture and good raw ingredients for cooking to our guests and we offer them an insight into our daily Nordic lifestyle. We receive groups for our Icelandic food programme. The culinary history of Iceland will be covered and the key ingredients will be explained.
We are committed to using natural resources in a responsible and sustainable manner and adjusting individual lifestyles in order to conserve our precious environment.
Brimslóð Atelier Restaurant, is open for dinner at 19:30.
We serve Icelandic heritage food with a modern twist. Home cooked meals, prepared with local ingredients.
Dinner is an unforgettable part of any stay at Brimslóð Atelier and the perfect way to round off the day. Three-course set meals are served at our large communal table in the spacious dining room, with its large picture window, overlooking the sea as the sun goes down. We share delicious home cooked food, prepared with local ingredients, good conversation and great company. Our dining room is open at dinnertime for our overnight guests and for other guests who book at least one day in advance.
The three course set menu has a fixed price of 8.500 kr per person. To make sure we can offer the best possible service, it is helpful if guests give us prior notice if they have special dietary requirements, vegetarian, vegan, allergies etc.