Húsagarður marries unpretentious hosting and good food to give you enjoyable dining experiences. At Húsagarður we offer a set menu with three courses as well as dishes a la carte. In their kitchen our chefs draw inspiration from Nordic cuisine to create food whisked to your table by our team of waiters. 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.

Chef’s choice

3 COURSES 550 DKK
– WITH WINE MENU 875 DKK

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Chef’s choice.

Starters

Cod Mi-Cuit · Leek & Potato 160 DKK
Fermented fish · Yeast sauce 155 DKK
 
Faroese beef tartare · Dried fish 165 DKK
 
Butternut squash croquette · Sauerkraut 140 DKK


The menu varies with the seasons and our kitchen’s newest creations. 

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Starters.

Main courses

Faroese beef · Root vegetables 345 DKK
 
Grilled lamb · Chinese cabbage 325 DKK
 
Monkfish · Rhubarbs 330 DKK
 
Asparagus · Peanuts 300 DKK


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

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Main courses.

Desserts

Apple sorbet · Oat & Tea 135 DKK
 
“Myseost” ice cream · Beer & Nuts 135 DKK
 
Chocolate cream · Berries 135 DKK
 
Carrot fromage · Sea buckthorn 135 DKK


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

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Desserts.

Wine list

Explore the list from our wine cellar, Gilið, which holds up to 2.500 bottles. Most of the producers on the list work sustainably even though they might not all be certified. We source wines from all corners of the world without presumption or dogma as long as what’s in the glass tells a unique story.

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Wine list.

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

Sunday to Thursday
17.30 – 21.00

Friday & Saturday
17.30 – 21.30