As my trip in Iceland continued, I drove further east and arrived in Vik.
It’s a small town and there are about two restaurants. So on night one, dinner was at the restaurant in the hotel, Berg. Per the website, “in Icelandic, Berg means “mountain,” a word that not only symbolizes the powerful forces from which this rugged island-nation was formed but, the also the sentiment their beauty inspires. Creativity and inspiration are what drive our chefs, who invite you to sample our delicious Icelandic cuisine made with the freshest local ingredients.”
While browsing through the menu, the taste of the house came out with bread, salmon on cukes and butter with some type of herb.
Ordered a nice Sauvignon Blanc – wine wasn’t too cheap. Well over $50/bottle for not overly fancy stuff.
After looking over the menu, meal choices ended up being:
Tiger Shrimps (yes the plural version) in a mango and chili sauce with coconut rice. kr 2,490. Good taste and amazingly coconut-y rice! A bit heavy on the sauce.
Marinated Chicken Leg with potato dippers and salad with green pesto and garlic skyr (which was on the side) kr. 3,900 A nice salad on the side. One of us had mozzarella balls, the other skipped them.
Dinner was very nice, and very plentiful. And just had to go back upstairs after finishing. No long trek ‘home’.
Also, had I mentioned it rained a lot in Iceland? View from hotel room.