Restaurants Kerbyggð recommends

Please visit the restaurants website for opening hours before traveling there. 

Mjólkurbúið Selfoss (Selfoss Food Hall)

Where: Selfoss
Food hall with eight restaurants and two bars. 1,500 square meter space with seating for over 300 people.
highly recommended

Matkráin Restaurant in Hveragerdi

Where: Hveragerði
Small and cosy restaurant with nordic emphasis on food and drink

Friðheimar Tomato farm 

Where: Flúðir
The theme of the cusine is tomatoes.
Food is served in the green house among the plants which gives you a unique food experience.
Vegan options

Flúðasveppir Farmers Bistro

Where: Reykholt
Flúðasveppir is the only mushroom farm in Iceland.
On their menu Farmers Bistro presents mushroom, bell-peppers and other vegetables grown on the farm.

Rauða húsið (The Red House) 

Where: Eyrarbakki (the birthplace of the lobster industry in Iceland).
A large number of preserved houses from the period 1890-1920 are situated in Eyrarbakki.
The restaurant is in a restored historic red building.
Renowned for its seafood dishes. Local ingredients and locally caught lobsters.
Fine dining. Romantic.

Restaurant Reykr

Where: Hveragerði
Icelandic local food based on the Slow Food concept.
Lovely view over the river and the hot springs.


Where: Hveragerði
Pizza and brewery.
Wood fired pizza and high quality Icelandic craft beer.
The in house brewery is powered by geothermal energy.


Where: Hveragerði
Historic building.
A skyr factory. Skyr is an Icelandic cultured dairy product. It has the consistency of strained yogurt, but a milder flavor. Skyr is technically classified as cheese, although widely regarded as yogurt. It has been a part of Icelandic cuisine for centuries. Skyr has a slightly sour dairy flavor, with a hint of residual sweetness. Commercial Icelandic manufacturers of skyr have added flavors such as vanilla or fruit to the final product to increase its appeal. Guests at Skyrgerðin can watch and learn how old style skyr was made.

Fjöruborðið Restaurant

Where: Stokkseyri
A cozy seaside seafood restaurant.
Famous for it’s langoustine soup.
Reservations are highly recommended.


Where: Selfoss (by Ölfusá river brigde)
Hot dogs, hamburgers, sandwiches and more is on the menu.
A drive-thru, take away or sit in.
Very popular among locals.

Þrastarlundur Restaurant

Where: Grímsnesi by the river Sogið
Hamburgers, Sandwiches, Soup and brunch. Located 7 minutes away from Kerbyggð

Kaffi Krús

Where: Selfoss
Great burgers and food!


Where: Laugarvatn
International cuisine