Discover the best restaurant in Hella, Iceland including Arhus, Kannslarinn, Gallery Pizza, Sveitagrill Miu -Mia's Country Grill, Eldsto Art Cafe & Restaurant, Ranga Restaurant, Seljaveitingar Ehf, Stracta Bistro, Strond restaurant, Hotel Ranga Restaurant
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3.5 based on 290 reviews
Arhus is located along the Ranga River, 100 km east of Reykjavik on the Ring road, Route 1. It is set in idyllic fields on the banks of the river. The restaurant serves a rich variety of local plates and global favourites. We also have a fully-stocked bar and a Terrace overlooking the river, perfect for relaxing on a sunny evening.
Menu selection is not as big as I expected but they do have enough including horse steak.
I was wondering what local cuisine they would serve. Salmon or lamb soup ? I wanted to have lamb soup but they didn't have it unfortunately. They do have soup of the day, though.
Funny thing is they serve Teriyaki flavoured rice noodle. I thought that I wanted to try it but ended up having Grilled chicken (comes with polenta !) It is very tasty but made me thirsty a bit later. Portion was perfect as I was hungry anyway. Not too huge, not too small.
You can order alcohol as well. I am not sure if they serve wine by glass though.
I had rather early dinner, so the place wasn't packed at all. Waitress was informative about each dish and it was served properly.
I don't think the restaurant is open between lunch and dinner. In my memory, it is open for dinner around 1730 or so.
3.5 based on 146 reviews
Terrible food, expensive menu (even by Icelandic standards), and extremely shabby & dated interior to top it off. My husband had a chicken burger, straight out of the freezer and I had a margarita pizza, incredibly doughy. There may not be a plethora of places to eat around here but I would advise to give this place a miss. Service was ok, restaurant was quiet.
3.5 based on 131 reviews
The interior of this restaurant is cheap and clumsy. There is no pride at all in this restaurant. From boring look to even more boring Pizza. I would recommend finding another place to eat at
5 based on 326 reviews
We offer the freshest fish available in Southern Iceland. Try our fish and chips, you won't be dissapointerd. Note - our opening times are based on our availibility of fresh fish each time. ..sometimes it goes quicker than expected ;-)
On an island where you nearly have to pay to breathe it is a breath of fresh air when a business charges reasonable prices for excellent food.
Having walked to the top of Skogafoss and then a further 3 miles, by the time we returned to the car we were starving. Had heard rumors of a fish and chip fan near Skogar so was pleased when we found Mia's.
The food did not disappoint. The fish was fresh and excellently cooked as were the chips. Multiple dips to choose from as well as soft drinks.
Food came out piping hot, cooked to perfection and we didnt have to wait long! So good!!!
4 based on 224 reviews
Eldstó Art Café/Restaurant is an artistic place where all tableware is handmade on the premises by the owners G.Helga and Þór Sveinsson (Thor), potter. The coffee we serve is made of quality coffee beans and our cakes, bread and soups are local as well as our various small dishes. Icelandic lamb and fresh fish is on the menu and lettuce grown in the surrounding countryside. Having a delicious meal in our lovely Restaurant on your way to the south is an excellent idea. We have a special menu for groups.
4.5 based on 309 reviews
Rangá restaurant is an acclaimed gourmet restaurant overlooking one of Iceland's finest salmon rivers, East-Rangá River. The restaurant's motto is the concept of a "Farmers Market" - in effect using predominantly local ingredients of the highest quality and freshness - following seasonal availability. The menu is inspired by modern Nordic cuisine. The world renowned Christmas Buffet with European and Scandinavian gourmet dishes is available November to December every year. The wine list and bar selection is extensive and is sure to satisfy even the most demanding connoisseur.
The restaurant here was fantastic. The service and food were exceptional. We tried almost everything on both the dinner and breakfast menus and everything was presented beautifully and tasted wonderful. The wine selections were good. Everything was reasonably priced for Iceland.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
After a walk behind the iconic Seljalandsfoss waterfall, visitors can take a moment to digest the experience by the Seljalandsfoss Shop. It is owned by two Icelandic families who spend their early mornings preparing fresh sandwiches, cakes and traditional soup for the day. Beverages are served as well, and using local products of high quality is a priority for the owners. Next to the food wagon, an additional souvenir shop is offering homemade wool sweaters and exclusive Icelandic accessories. If you're lucky, and the sun is shining, a young musician sometimes completes the atmosphere by playing on his acoustic guitar. In summer you might see a beautiful rainbow, in winter you could see another art from nature, the northern lights.
A small convenience store/food truck on wheels sitting next to the waterfall parking lot. We were hungry, but nothing really looked outstanding, so we just had tea to hold us over and warm up a little.
4 based on 50 reviews
The Bistro is located on the ground floor of Stracta hotel. Our guests can enjoy a variety of dishes during both lunch and dinner time.
Had dinner buffet here as part of our tour package. Food was terrible. Fish ( cod and salmon) were was boiled and seasoned with salt and black pepper . Their stew and soups were runny. Chicken breast without skin were baked and dry. The cold cut sections were minimal. Fruit sections were limited breakfast buffet was a little bit better..offered the usual American fare of bacon, sausage, scrambled eggs, cold boiled eggs, bean and grilled tomatoes. Aside from oatmeal , dried fruits and nuts. Deli cheese, bread and a waffle station.
4.5 based on 178 reviews
we are a modern restaurant rebuild in one of the oldest buildings of the south of Iceland, we have an amazing view where you can delight the best local products you can get in the area, in a fusion that combines the tradition with the modern in an exceptional way, our menu changes according to the fresh products we can get in the day.
This restaurant we stumbled across wanting local food as advertised on the road. We were welcomed with a friendly greeting, and the food options were great. Our large group ordered the entire menu, and everything came prompt and looked amazing, tasted great, everyone was happy...MoreHello!! was very nice to have you here, thank you for your good atmosphere! hope you enjoy your trip in Iceland! best regards, Jorge
4.5 based on 14 reviews
The restaurant at Hotel Rangá is an acclaimed gourmet restaurant in Southern Iceland, overlooking one of Iceland's finest salmon rivers, East-Rangá River. The restaurant's motto is the concept of a ”Farmers Market“ — in effect using predominantly local ingredients of the highest quality and freshness — following seasonal availability. The menu is inspired by modern Nordic cuisine. The world renowned Christmas Buffet with European and Scandinavian gourmet dishes is available November to December every year. The wine list and bar selection is extensive and is sure to satisfy even the most demanding connoisseur.
We were excited to dine at this restaurant, but had a bad experience. The dining room is pretty, but we waited 45 minutes after ordering to get our dinner. The food was decent, but certainly nothing special for the expensive price.
One of the staff finally came over and explained that they had a large wedding party upstairs as well as a new menu which started that day. They offered us free dessert to make up for the delay.
We decided to get the dessert cheese platter thinking that would be quick. That took another 45 minutes!!
We had a way better meal at the local pizzeria tonight!
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