LindinCurrently Open [Closes at 04:00 pm]
- Address: Lindarbraut 2, Laugarvatn, Iceland
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +354-4861262
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Food And Drinks, Restaurant, Family And Kids
Lindin - Review
Located on the Laugarvatn waterfront, the Lindin bistro and restaurant is a classic food joint offering delectable breakfast, brunch and lunch options to relish in the easy breezy setup. Linda's pink-lemon soup with prawns, homemade bread, and charcoal, smoked and the loaf of homemade bread and Seasonal Casserole with blueberries-brandy sauce and the balsamic mustard sauce will act as perfect starters at Lindin. For main course options, you can try Vegetable nut beans steak with mixed salad and homemade tomato salsa, Reindeer burger with horseradish, basil and french fries, Fish of the day, Linda's pink with roasted almonds, almond butter and potato pie, Seasonal wild game with barley, mushroom and wild mushroom sauce, and Grilled steak lamb with Icelandic barley. Your dessert options include Lobster chocolates with raspberry sauce and Almond pie with blueberries, Rhubarb, and Icelandic skyr mousse.
How To reach Lindin by Public Transport
- Rented Car / Taxi
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Things to Know Before Visiting Lindin
72.22% of people who visit Laugarvatn include Lindin in their plan
69.23% of people start their Lindin visit around 12 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Lindin
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lindin
People normally also visit Bruarfoss Waterfall while planning their trip to Lindin.
Lindin, Laugarvatn Reviews
Continued the unending great service of the damned hard working Polish staff in Iceland. Our reindeer burgers were juicy and tasty. The fries were excellent. We ate in their Bistro as the restaurant was fully booked. Same menu. The prices are high of course, but include tax and service. And the staff are paid a living wage, unlike in the US.
So, where should I start... It was the best meal we had in a while. We were in the restaurant, not the bistro part. The Arctic char was perfect, melting in the mouth, tasty, with tasty sauces and crispy home bread. The lamb was - perfect, for lack of a better word. Tender and tasty, with nice looking and nice tasting side dishes. The owner / cook evidently takes pleasure in cooking and took some time to explain us the origin of the ingredients (all local). Can't speak about the dessert, we had enough with starter and main course. So, ... For an improvised "we need to eat so let's stop somewhere", this was a highly pleasant surprise.
This is one of the top restaurants in Iceland run by a food fanatic who prepares unusual dishes using as much local produce as possible. If you meet him you will be immediately engaged in his life as a chef and be told about the quality of the food he will be serving. We booked a table and returned in the evening for a feast. Yes it is expensive even for Iceland but you will not be disappointed. I had the 3 course taster which consisted of whale (really like steak in texture), reindeer (very lovely meat flavour) and wild goose (one of my favourites). It isn’t a big place as a restaurant although there is a bigger cafe as well.
Convenient restaurant while driving the golden circle. The food was ok. Service could be better. The burgers are rare; if this concerns you, then be sure to ask for a well done burger. The lobster bisque is a bit salty and not that thick. Clean washroom facilities. Try to get a table at the front where you will enjoy a nice view over the lake.
The best lamb ever. Tasty and so well cooked. We had a quick chat with the Chef. Icelandic chef working with fresh and local herbs, wild game and lamb. The char was very good too. Smoked by the chef! Great place!