At the farm's Fjallakaffi, or "CafÚ in the Mountains", you can partake of either light refreshments or a full meal, as well as buying basic travelling articles. You might for instance try traditional waffles with cream, the Icelandic deep-fried kleina or ┴starpungur (Love ball) prepared in the M÷rudalur way, or other pastries and breads direct from our kitchen. Surrounded by highland sheep ranges, Fjallakaffi honours yet another Icelandic tradition, the lambsoup kj÷ts˙pa, in addition to selling sweets and other light meals, such as Iceland Moss Soup, sandwiches, Happy Marrige cake, chrismas cake and ice cream. We also provide a tasty novelty stemming from long Icelandic tradition: a lamb tart based on blood or liver, called Slßturterta.
Besides a number of everyday consumer goods, we sell Icelandic woollens and handicrafts made by local people. This summer, Fjallakaffi is displaying interesting pictures by M÷rudalur's well-known 20th-century painter, Stefßn Jˇnsson (Stˇrval) and his father Jˇn A Stefansson.
Celebrations and meetings
Fjallakaffi is happy to cater for parties and other social gatherings according to the wishes and requirements of each group. Company outings, incentive trips, harvest celebrations, birthdays, christenings and weddings have become increasingly frequent at Fjallakaffi in recent years.
Fjallakaffi has meeting and conference facilities for up to 50 people. We can provide all the necessary services for meetings, including meals and drinks based on ingredients produced at our farm, with a traditional Icelandic flair. When requested, we can also tell groups about M÷rudalur's interesting history and guide them around the farm. A video projector and screen are available for your use.