Heimablídni hjá Duritu og Fróða
One of the most enjoyable aspects of travelling is tasting the local food. More and more people in the Faroese are offering ‘heimablídni‘, translated as ‘home hospitality’, where they invite people into their own homes for a dinner and a chance to get to know the locals.
Durita and Fróði serve an exciting menu with the special taste of fermented food, which is called ræst in Faroese. Traditional dishes with a milder taste are also on the menu.
The couple, who live in the capital, Tórshavn, are happy to serve a dinner in their authentic Faroese home with a beautiful view. You will taste 10-12 different Faroese specialities, prepared by Durita and Fróði.
Starter 1: Platter with dry fish, dry whale, dry-salted whale blubber and dried lam (skerpikjøt) and a sausage with unleaved bread, a Faroese schnapps and beer.
Starter 2: Fish soup of the house and homemade flute
Main course 1: Ræst fish with a gravy with melted fat and good tallow, potatoes and carrots.
Main course 2: Fermented lam/spare ribs with roots and potatoes.
Main course 3: Whale Beef with vegetables, potatoes/mashed potatoes and beetroot or ræst spare ribs of lam or ræst meat with vegetables and potatoes.
Dessert: Rhubarb dessert with whipped cream
Beverages are served at a reasonable price. Water, coffee and tea are served for free.
You can book as an individual or group all year. Groups (up to 20 people) can choose if they want to be on their own.
Occasionally, Durita and Fróði will provide fixed dates for a supper club where individuals can sign up for a dinner with other guests. These dates are usually during the summer months and will be updated here.
All dinners start at 7 pm.
Deadline for booking is at 7 pm the day before. This is public so everyone that signs up is welcome.
Price: 750 DKK per person.
You can book here or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call Tel: +298 266833
Address: Durita and Fróði Gregersen, Mannbrekka 8, FO-188 Hoyvík
They also arrange dinners by request and serve other menus.
How to get there: City buses and SSL busses stop at the beginning/bottom of Mannbrekka. Free parking is next to the bus stop and at Hoyvíkar Skúli.