Outside Skólabrú

Skólabrú restaurant

Skólabrú nr. 1, is an old classical villa from 1907. The house was built by Jonas Johansen the state medical doctor for his daughter Sophia. For over half a century the ophthalmologist Kristján Sveinsson ran his eye clinic in the house. Now it is one of the oldest classical restaurants in Reykjavík. Located in the very center of the city, next to the old parliament building (Alþingi).

Inside Skólabrú

The starter alternatives

Salmon soup with Ruby salsa (Gluten free) and bread

Creamy lobster soup with grilled lobster and garlic bread

Wild-duo: Lightly Smoked puffin with goat cheese; herbs and fresh berries and wild goose carpaccio with red onions, herb salad...

Smoked and pickled salmon with salad, toasted bread and “gravlax” sauce.

The main course alternatives

Roasted lambschank with wild mushrooms, hasselback potatoes and Icelandic herb sauce.

Lobster

Lobster

Surcharge: Kr.1.000

Grilled lobster in garlic and butter with rice, garniture and salad.

Grilled salmon marinated in “masala chilli paste”, presented with soba-noodles, asparagus and blueberry sauce.

The dessert alternatives

Lemon tart a la Skólabrú

Fruit bowl (grapes, melons, strawberries, and other in-season fruit)

The first starter alternatives

Salmon soup with Ruby salsa (Gluten free) and bread

Creamy lobster soup with grilled lobster and garlic bread

The second starter

Sample a few Icelandic dishes

The main course alternatives

Grilled salmon marinated in “masala chilli paste”, presented with soba-noodles, asparagus and blueberry sauce.

Rack of lamb

Rack of lamb

Surcharge: Kr.500

Rack of lamb with red wine braised cabbage, potatoes and rosemary sauce

Grilled lobster

Grilled lobster

Surcharge: Kr.1.000

Grilled lobster in garlic and butter with rice, garniture and salad

The dessert alternatives

Lemon tart a la Skólabrú

Bowl full of in-season fruit

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