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FOSSATÚN RESTAURANT

Opening Hours

Breakfast – May-September: 7:30-9:30 – October – April : 8:00 – 9:30

Lunch – Only available for pre-ordered groups

Coffee and refreshments available during and between opening hours  in June – August.

May – October 20th: Kitchen open for dinner: 18:15 – 21:00.

Winter opening: After 20th of October until April 30th – Closed in December except Christmas opening. 
We try to accommodate our guest for dinner and appreciate if we get notification that guests want to dine here at Fossatún or weather situations are such that it it difficult to go elsewhere.  This however may depend on number of bookings. Kitchen Opening: 18:30 -20:00

Christmas Opening: Restaurant will be open for dinner Sat. 23rd to Mon 25th  December and Sat. 30th to  Mon. 1st January – for our guest and we accept bookings from others. 

Also guests can get key for access to special kitchen facilities and dining area.

 Our Icelandic/international dishes

If you are travelling in West Iceland or if you are staying at Fossatún you are welcome to taste our special courses while enjoying the waterfall views from the on-site restaurant. The menu is a mix of local and international cooking and materials. Our speciality are the duos:  Traditional Duo, Modern Duo, Local Duo & Vegetarian Duo. The Fossatún Duos give a taste of two dishes from our kitchen.  A Duo is a meal for one, with emphasis on local food, home cooking and world spices. Check our menus  here below.

 Click here to see our:  Lunch Menu (Group) and Dinner Menu / Dinner Menu (Group).

For reservations contact us: info@fossatun.is


THE VINYL COLLECTION AND THE STORY BEHIND ALL THE RECORDS

Our dining room is a place to relax at and enjoy listening to some old and new records when having dinner. Guests can choose a record from the vinyl collection, which includes more than 3.000 records, and our staff will happily put it to play. The vinyl collection is owned by Steinar Berg, the host of Fossatún, who´s life has always been connected with music. He worked in the Icelandic music scene for 30 years and owned Steinar Records, a leading local music company and published music by many of Iceland’s most interesting and best loved musical talents.

Good food and music you love. Defiantly worth the stop!