Fjaran restaurant – Valhalla is open daily from 18:00 – 22:00. We also open for groups at lunch time if requested.
The house is built 1841 and is the second oldest house in town of Hafnafjörður. On the ground floor we comfortably seat 36 guests, and on the upper floor under the sloping roof, you can sit in a cozy barrel style corner and enjoy a cocktail before dinner or a dessert after dinner. On the second floor, we also have a small and cozy room with seats for 12 guests, and is ideal for small groups who want to have some privacy.
A open doorway is between Valhalla and Fjörugarðurinn so guests can also enjoy all that Fjörugarðurinn has to offer, as well the special atmosphere of Valhalla. Valhalla is an elegant restaurant where the décor is made from a hundred years old snuff-and wine barrels. The walls downstairs are decorated with paintings directly on the walls, of Hafnarfjörður by Lukas Gucio Gordon and Æsir´s feast by Elísa Ósk Viðarsdóttir.
Cozy and a different restaurant, worth visiting again and again.
Fjörugarðurinn, the Viking Restaurant, is open for dinner guests from 18.00 every day. We are open for lunch for groups. Fjörugarðurinn easily sits 350 guests. Here, the emphasis is on the Viking Era and as you enter you step into the world of the past. The décor is in the Viking style and we offer a true Viking feast with traditional meals served in old-fashioned Viking-style trays. During these famous feasts there is never a dull moment and the guests can expect various treats and surprises offered by our singing Valkyries and Vikings.
The fun reaches its height when the Fjöru-chieftain crowns one guest as an Honorary Viking. The menu can, of course, be adapted on request, but we strongly recommend our three-course Viking dinner which includes a selection of hors d’oeuvre, delicious mountain lamb and skyr – a yoghurt-like dessert with fruit. With this comes Brennivín otherwise known as “Black Death” served in traditional lamb horns. You can also try our “Mead “the real Viking drink. An experience worth having!
Most nights we have live entertainment.
Viking Kidnapping is available for groups by request, Our Vikings “kidnap” guests from their bus outside the restaurant. Guests will then be brought into The Cave where our Vikings sing Icelandic folk songs and serve mead. We can even rent out cloaks for the groups to have during kidnapping and our famous Viking Dinner
Kidnapping is scheduled between 18:00 and 20:00. Our Vikings are happy to accommodate special requests regarding songs, stories and more.