Veitingastaðir


Although Seyðisfjörður is a small village, it has a grand culinary scene.

Aldan Restaurant

At the hotel's restaurant you'll find Iceland's produce finest produce cooked under European and Nordic influences. Drop by for some delicious food and drinks!

Norð Austur - Sushi&Bar

Local fish, Japanese tradition. Selected as Iceland's #3 restaurant by The White Guide, Norð-Austur offers mouthwatering maki-rolls, "Japanese Tapas", and colourful cocktails.

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Skaftfell Bistro

At Skaftfell Culture Center, you'll find a cozy bistro, designed under the influence of artist Dieter Roth. While you'll wait for your food you can browse books, play board games and colour pictures (even on the tables!) Although most famous for it's pizzas, you'll also find meat, fish and vegetarian options on the menu.

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Sirkus

The world-famous Sirkus, originally in 101 Reykjavík, loved by artists and bohemians (including Björk), was re-opened in Seyðisfjörður in 2019. The focus is still the same: bright colors, interesting people and tasty beer.

Láran

Café Lára has since long become an institution in Seyðisfjörður, opening it's doors in 1988. In the summertime fish, meat and vegetables a served straight from the barbecue. They also have their own beer, "El Grillo".