Dine with locals in the heart of TórshavnTórshavn - 18:30 - 20:30
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 in a private home in Tórshavn.
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 either lamb or fish with vegetables and potatoes.
The first to order decides the menu for everyone: Roast lamb, steamed salmon or fried cod with butter and onion. Please state the desired menu when ordering.
The event ends with coffee/tea and sweets.
Including water, beer and soda.
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 way of life.
Your host is Rigmor Dam, who is a historian and 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.