Húsagarður marries unpretentious hosting and good food to give you enjoyable dining experiences. At Húsagarður we offer both set menus with three or five courses and dishes a la carte. In their kitchen Rannvá and Janus draw inspiration from Nordic cuisine to create food whisked to your table by our team of waiters, led by Mike Uhre and Ólavur í Búrstovu. We have paired each course with wine from our extensive wine cellar, Gilið, which offers wines from around the world in a wide price range. We have also made a special non-alcoholic drink menu, which for instance contains several kinds of cold brewed tea and cider.

Starters

Langoustine · Tomato chutney · Garlic DKK 135

Grave salmon · Salty lemon · Turnip DKK 135

Beef tartare · Mushroom cream · Smoked mayonnaise DKK 135

Poached cod · Leek · Chicken consumé DKK 135

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Starters

Main courses

Smoked lamb 200G · Kale · Fermented sauce DKK 275

Beef tenderloin 200G · Beef ragout · Chicken liver mousse DKK 315

Monkfish · Mussel sauce · Pumpkin DKK 325

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Main courses

Desserts

Hazelnut ice cream · Myseost fromage · Brandan beer syrup DKK 110

White chocolate · Malt biscuit · Poached pear DKK 110

Mazarin cake · Rosemary ice cream · Chocolate crystals DKK 110

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Desserts

Set Menus

3 COURSES • DKK 475
Wine menu DKK 325
Non-alcoholic drink menu: DKK 240

5 COURSES • DKK 650
Wine menu DKK 475
Non-alcoholic drink menu: DKK 380

Set menus vary with the seasons and our kitchen’s newest creations. 

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Set Menus

Wine menu

Experience wines from across the world in Hotel Brandan’s wine cellar. Gilið, as the cellar is named, holds up to 3000 bottles, and has a broad selection of organic, novel and, of course, classic wines.

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Wine menu

Wine tasting

Experience wine from every corner of the world in the wine cellar of Hotel Brandan.

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Wine tasting

The story of Húsagarð

Húsagarður is the name of the field Hotel Brandan was built on. The name and story of Húsagarður date back to the 11th century, but first found its way into print in the year 1584. Húsagarður was among the first houses built in Húsabrúgv in Tórshavn, which was located next to the Cathedral. In the early 1930s Húsagarður was moved to ‘Mexico’, where Hotel Brandan is located today. Why Mexico? Well, when Húsagarður was moved, the farm was considered to be so far from Tórshavn that it acquired the popular name ‘Mexico’.

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The story of Húsagarð

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday 
18.00 – 21.00

Friday & Saturday
18.00 – 21.30
(not possible to order a 5-course menu after 21.00)

Sunday
Closed
(possible to buy café dishes in the lobby)