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Klausturkaffi is located in the former home of the writer Gunnar Gunnarsson. It is a mansion built in 1939 and donated to the Icelandic nation in 1948. Now a cultural centre in memory of the writer. Opening hours of the restaurant are: May&Sep. 11:00-17:00. June-August 10:00-18:00. April & half October 12:00-16:00. Focus on local food.
After an all morning hike up to Hengifoss, we were starving! We found this little place just up the road and were treated to the best local offerings of Iceland. The staff were so friendly and the food was out of this world! Definitely make...More
Went there late August this year and had the much talked about lunch buffet. Reindeer casserole, fried cod, lamb curry, pie, all kinds of veggies, barley, cakes and coffee and much more. Everything was super tasty and service was friendly. It's all you can eat...More
We went straight to Klausturkaffi after hiking Hengifoss. It was such a beautiful location, and a stone house with a turf-roof. The best thing about this place for me personally was they were incredible with gluten free. Having celiac, it meant a lot to me...More
We arrived at the restaurant 20 mins before closing and the manager agreed to have us (not normal in Iceland especially when messing with their closing time!). As we got there later than expected we were not able to have the buffet which included all...More
Klausturkaffi is a restaurant in an very scenic farmhouse a short drive from Hengifoss waterfall. The farmhouse is built on a historical site, where a 1600 century monastery stood and where it's ruins have newly been excavated.
The restaurant serves local food and cakes, prepared...More
We came here as part of the Atlantic Cruise with Smyril Line and were very pleasantly surprised by the food, settings and friendly atmosphere. This cafeteria alone is worth a stop at the museum and park information centre.
Elisabeth, the cook in known for her fine cooking.
If you are planning to come do a small breakfast and enjoy this fresh lunch feast.
The table gets refreshed regularly with new products and plates
A kind and warm reception made the experience even greater....More