Heimablídni is a concept that can be experianced througout the Faroe Islands. In Heimablídni you dine in the homes of the Faroese locals. This is a perfect way to experience the culture, integrate with locals and try some delicious traditional food. An intimate and authentic dining experience.
In Sandavágur it is possible to experience heimablídni in the home of local farmers. The cost is 250kr/person and the minimum booking is of four people.
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A dining experience in a private setting.
The menu is mainly inspired by the London food scene making use of local produce such as lamb, fish, potatoes and homegrown rhubarb.
Supper Club aims to bring a taste of world flavours to the Faroe Islands; an opportunity for locals and travellers alike to socialise.
Your hosts are Shakeel, Sigga and Sölvi.
Welcome / Vælkomin
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Local Pizza place in Miðvágur
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Café Manna is a café run by locals that offers a nice cup of coffee and something sweet on the side. Chocolate cakes, apple cakes, pancakes and ice-cream are normally on the menu. In addition to this Café Manna also offers a variety of books and calendars for sale.
Tuesday to Saturday
Hotel Vágar is a 3 star hotel situated close to the airport. The hotel was completely renovated in 2008. The hotel has a restaurant, lounge, excellent conference facilities as well as good parking.
The hotel has an outdoor hottub with fantastic view of the fjord and Mykines. The hotel is a fantastic gateway to the sights in Mykines and Vágar.
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The world’s most breath-taking waterfall can truly build up an appetite
Visit our quaint new café next to the guesthouse in Gásadalur and enjoy our carefully selected menu of food and beverages.
The cafe serves local Faroese food and is as authentic as it gets. Running spring water in all taps, showers and restrooms in the village.
Your one and only opportunity to stay over or dine in the magical village Gásadalur
Open 10.00 to 18.00 from April to September
Gásadalsgarður is also ideal for group bookings
Pakkhúsið in Bø is an ideal venue for group bookings.
It seats up to about 40 guests and together with the attic, it is well suited for small and medium sized events. Pakkhúsið is located in the charming small village of Bøur and is renovated cautiously so it keeps the original feel.
In Pakkhúsið it is possible to order either a lunch menu - normally fish soup, or a three course dinner.
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Local pizza and kebab place in Miðvágur.
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Local Café and Hot Dog place in Sørvágur. As well as selling hot dogs, chips, coffee, pancakes and other desserts Kafe Sólvá is also a kiosk where it is possible to buy among other things: candy, biscuits and beverages as soda and juice.
Kafe Sólvá is closed at the moment due to owner changes. It is expected to reopen shortly.
Food truck selling a variety of Asian food menus. Normally open Friday-Sunday 4pm to 22pm.
Located in Miðvágur on the parking lot right next to the bus stop.
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Cosy retro Café located by the harbour in Sørvágur. The café is open during high season, Monday to Friday 15.00-21.00. Fjørðoy also offers catering for events and groups as well as lunchboxes to go.
The Café is operated in cooperation with guesthouse Hugo, located in the same building.
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Mykinesstova is open every day from 11.00 to 17.00, and offers light snacks, meals and beverages. These can be enjoyed either inside the newly renowated café, or on the park benches outside.
You can also pre order a breakfast or packed lunch, for your trip to the island. This can be done by phoning (+298) 787515 by noon the previous day.
Located on Mykines "The Locals" is a small café that offers light snacks, meals and beverages. These can be enjoyed either inside or outside if the wether allows it.
The Locals is run by two of the 12 people that live on Mykines all year round hence the name of the café.
"The Locals" are also the organizers of the only campsite on Mykines. To book a place at the campsite you can either contact them at the café, or you can contact them on their webpage.
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