Kaffi Hornið is situated at the heart of Höfn and offers courses made of the best local ingredients from the Vatnajokull Region.
The menu is large, with seafood brought straight from the sea and a local specialities like lamb and beef featuring prominently, as well as vegetarian dishes and salads topped with chicken or lobster. Soup is served daily with homemade bread and a salad.
Kaffi Hornið restaurant and café, with airy cathedral ceilings and ample seating for guests has been successful since opening in 1999, alternating as a restaurant, cafe and bar. The owners, husband and wife Ingólfur Einarsson and Kristín Óladóttir, have made good use of Höfn’s prized local food: the langoustine. The langoustine is captured just off Höfn’ s coast and widely celebrated as a town delicacy. The langoustine is distinguished from lobster because it is much smaller and its meat is said to be sweeter.