We had a nice stop for coffee at this unique location. Great staff! Clean toilets. Relax atmosphere. Loved the window that can see through the cow shed!
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We stopped here for a late lunch and it was just wonderful! We had the raw smoked lamb to start, beef goulash and the burger - all delicious! The geysir bread that came with the lamb was an unexpectedly delightful slice - a real treat....More
This is a farm-to-table restaurant actually located on a farm. There are windows in the dining room that allow diners to look at the dairy cows in the barn. The menu offered arctic char, several lamb dishes, a hamburger, a vegetarian option, and even a...More
Tasty food, some of it from the farm, great service, welcoming & friendly staff. But the dairy cows steal the show!
We had lamb shank and sweet pepper filled with oats as main dish. The lamb shank was very soft and tasty. I don't like the smell of lamb before, but it was really delicious. The sauce also played an important part. We also had coffee...More
Was happy we splurged here as the lamb shank I had tasted top restaurant quality. The only downside was that the food was fairly lukewarm (I would have preferred the potato cake to have at least been a bit warmer) and the salad leaves were...More
The Cowshed Cafe is exactly what it’s name suggests. You can dine on a delicious meal of fresh Iceland foods and watch the cows in the cowshed...glass dividers of course. The lamb was excellent and there are also seafood and beef choices. Nice views of...More
We really enjoyed this restaurant for dinner. We arrived in the dark, and had a hard time finding it at first. The driveway leads you to what appears to be a cow barn. It's not clear (not any well-lit signage) that the restaurant is actually...More
What a pleasant surprise to eat at the cowshed cafe. The food was outstanding. The chef prepared meals largely based on ingredients from their farm including beef and lamb. All the meat dishes we had, (lamb shank, lamb slices and hamburger) were excellent. The lamb...More