Short Restaurant Review – Hotel Husafell

Friday, 1st December 2017

Destination Specialist

husafell restaurant fire pit

Making a name for itself in National Geographic, the exquisite Hotel Husafell is a true hidden gem, just 90 minutes outside of Reykjavik. Here, you can escape the bright city lights and throngs of tourists and divulge in sumptuous fine cuisine.

The fine-dining restaurant focuses on seasonal menus using local produce, from delicious seafood soup over a nest of clams, crustaceans and roe, or beef fillet with a warm zucchini salad, followed by an avocado pudding with dark chocolate, liquorice meringue, marzipan, caramelised almonds & verbena sorbet. Utter heaven.

We would recommend going for the five course tasting menu, with drinks pairing for the most decadent evening.

You can expect to pay around 2,600-5,400 kr (£15 – £35) per person for lunch, and 4,800 – 7,600 kr (£30 – £50) per person for dinner.

View a sample dining menu.

hotel husafell food courses montage

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