Dine with locals in the heart of TórshavnTórshavn - 19:00 - 21:00
Your host is Rigmor Dam, who is a historian, and a former teacher, journalist, politician and minister of culture of the Faroe Islands.
Enjoy a cosy Faroese dinner with an ordinary family in the middle of Torshavn. The meal is a discreet and intimate experience in a private setting.
As a starter, you get a taste of the traditional Faroe Islands with a selection of local specialities.
For the main course, we serve a tasty Faroese dish with homemade roasted lamb, sauce, vegetables and potatoes.
The event ends with coffee/tea and sweets.
Suitable for 2-6 guest. Other groups can join the meal if there are more seats. You are welcome to check up on dates that are not available in the calendar. No special food-orders. Language: English, Danish and Scandinavian.
Get a sneak peek into the everyday life of a local family. Enjoy a good meal and have a relaxed chat around the table about the country and the Faroese culture and way of life.
Your host is Rigmor Dam, MA in history and writer, who is a former teacher, journalist, politician and minister of culture, education and science of the Faroe Islands.
We live in the reddest house in town. Only 3 minutes walk from the bus-terminal and ferry-station Farstøðin with the ferry Norrøna and the airport bus.
The address is Trapputún 6.