Walk-Ins Welcome, Good for groups, kids, take out, catering, waiter service and outdoor seating
Cafe with home bearing spirit, good Cellini coffee, hot chocolate and tea. Good cakes and Bread. Meat soup every day. Cold beer in the refrigerator. Hot lunch (12:00) on weekdays. Also hot food in the evening (19:00) on weekdays except Friday.
Seats also outdoors when the weather allows
Toys for children and facilities to change nappies.
Welcome to the Café Varmó :))
Eymundsson is the oldest and largest bookseller in Iceland epitomizing the Icelandic bookstore. With shops in every major town, Eymundsson offers a wide selection of books, magazines and other reading material, in Icelandic, English and other languages.
Eymundsson.is offers a comprehensive selection of Icelandic literature, both in the original Icelandic and in translation. Here you will find the great literary works of the past, along with contemporary fiction, poetry and children‘s books. We also have a large selection of non-fiction, including art, photography, travel books and much more. Our CD&DVD section offers the best of Icelandic music and film.
The Eymundsson staff are over 200 all around the country.
Our main number is +354 540 2000.
Voruhusid is a friendly place with home atmosphere, offering variety of Icelandic dishes and international cuisine. Mainly based on fresh caught fish, Icelandic lamb and lobster.
Voruhusid at Skolavegur 1 was built in 1926 as a warehouse and grocery store for Einar Sigurdsson, an entrepreneur in Vestmannaeyjar. Voruhusid has now been changed into restaurant with variety of Icelandic dishes such as Icelandic lamb, lobster, fresh fish and puffins when season
- 19.May 2016
This coming weekend, May 20– 21, Háaloftið will be hosting a large music celebration. Alongside this various restaurants in Vestmannaeyjar will be offering special three course menus and museums will also be hosting some musical events.
- 30.March 2016
Spring is the season
Spring is the season I love the most. Not only because the sun shines for longer time and the temperature rises, but rather because spring is the season when they open Landeyjahöfn.
- 25.January 2016
Ugly Food Festival
During the darkest and longest days it is always good to find some reason to celebrate. So why not celebrate just that? And how about celebrating by eating old and rotten food. Well the Icelanders call it Thorrablót or Þorrablót. The Viking festival is sometime called the "Ugly Food Festival" by foreigners and if you visit Iceland in late February you might be lucky enough to witness or take part in this strange festival.