Gamla FjosidCurrently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
- Address: Hvassafell, Eyjafjöllum, 861, Iceland, Reykjavik
- Timings: 11:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Ticket Price: Free
Gamla Fjosid - Review
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Gamla Fjosid, Reykjavik Reviews
Best food I've had in Iceland so far after 3 days in town. My burger was well cooked and fresh ingredients. The jam on the table that came with the bread also amazing. Best part was they had gluten free options, only place I've found to this point. My server and the service was also outstanding!
Just had the best beef burger (farmer's burger), cooked to perfection and the sauce just unbelievable great. (Sorry i forgot to snap a photo of the burger though) My partner had the vegetable soup, that's awesome too. A must stop if u happen to be in this vicinity.. just a pleasant little gem we have here.
Love this place, we ate here for dinner and then went back for lunch the next day. The steak sandwich is phenomenal, as is the volcano soup. A note about the soup: the initial serve is quite small, but they're happy to keep refilling your bowl until it's full.
This place was recommended to us by our airbnb host so we tried it out. We loved the food, atmosphere, and service so much that we had dinner here again the next night. One waitress seemed a little cold towards us during our 2nd visit but the other one (the waitress from the previous night) was again so kind and friendly towards us. Would recommend this to everyone in the area.
My girlfriend and I spent 9 days travelling Iceland. We stopped here one day for lunch. The soup of the day (cauliflower) was amazing, as was the fresh baked bread that came with it. After that, we each had a hamburger - it was pretty good. The service was ok, but not great. I think the nicest touch to this restaurant is that all the beef and bread products come from a local farmer.