Öngulsstaðir III, 601 Akureyri Countryside
New Local Food Destination in
Farm to Table is the signature of Lamb-Inn restaurant, with wide variety of local produce. Based in the heart of Eyjafjörður one of Icelands most self-sustainable areas
authentic ICELANDIC LOCAL FOOD
From our Mothers, Grandmothers and generations we have learned the culinary ways to live in peace with the incredible landscape Iceland provides. Still now-days we base our culinary traditions on respect with the nature and our history, experience the Icelandic cuisine at it’s best in Lamb inn Restaurant.
Farm to table concept involves all our neighbour farmers to work closely with us, therefore we are proud to present only the best of the area. The menu is created based on current season and production from our farmers to provide the best quality.
located in the heart of the countryside
Öngulsstaðir‘s old barn was renovated into a restaurant 1996, with incredible view over Eyjafjörður valley and out to the ocean. Untouched nature, organic farming and roaming free sheep and incredibly friendly family based hospitality is what makes Lamb Inn so special.
The restaurant is open from May - September. During off season it's open for pre ordered groups and events.
From September 1st, we switch to winter mode. Then our restaurant is open for pre-ordered groups and events only.
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why is the icelandic lamb so good?
The Icelandic sheep history comes from the year 874, brought to Iceland by the first settlers. Since then the Sheep has been roaming free in the mountain area of Iceland. As they eat wild herbs, grass and drink pure mountain water the lambs are forged by nature itself. Our professionals treat the lamb with respect all the way from nature to table, proper care in handling and cooking is essential. Seasoning the lamb with foraged herbs from our area and flavors from our nature will enhance the exceptional service experience in our restaurant.
WE simply LOVE THE LOCAL CRAFT BEER
Nort Iceland is well known for it's craft beer production. Around the Troll Peninsula are four craft breweries; Einstök/Viking in Akureyri, Kaldi in Árskógssandur, Segull 67 in Siglufjörður and Gæðingur at Útvík farm in Skagafjörður.
The newest one is Húsavík Öl located in the Whale watching capital of Iceland, Húsavík.
We don't pair wines with our dishes, but the beer.