Greinasafni: Icelandic Times einnig undir: Veitingar
Strikið: Dine Out in Style with Unforgettable Views

 Situated on the top floor of a five story building overlooking the majestic Eyjafjörður bay, the dining experience doesn’t get much more impressive than in Strikið restaurant in Akureyri. Strikið is renowned for its diverse menu, friendly atmosphere and last but not least agreeable prices.

Head chef, Róbert Hasler, put special emphasis on creating a diverse menu with quality dishes. You’ll find exciting pastas, pizzas and hamburgers as well as delicious steaks and seafood dishes.  For an extremely satisfying meal during lunch time you can enjoy thespecial of the day with soup for only 1,500 ISK. Strikið is open every day from 11.30 a.m.

 

Strikið is owned by Heba Finnsdóttir and Sigurður Jóhannsson, who have many years of experience in the restaurant business. But they have a special attachment to Strikið, as it is the place where they served as interns and originally learned the trade. To honour their humble beginnings at Strikið they have taken great care to create a friendly and lively atmosphere with good people and quality service. After a night out in Strikið you’ll see that their internship really paid off. 

 Strikið can host up to 140 guestsinside, as well as up 100 guests on the outside balcony. During hot summer days and warm summer nights it is an unforgettable experience to take in the fantastic views overlooking Eyjafjörður bay, the town of Akureyri, the surrounding mountains and out to sea, while you enjoy a delicious meal. For those wondering what Strikið means – it is a reference to Akureyri’s rich Danish background. Strikið being the Icelandic word for Strøget, Copenhagen‘s famous shopping street.  

Heba and Sigurður also operate Bryggjan, which makes genuine flame baked pizza’s down at the docks. Like  true Icelandic entrepreneurs they’re also opening a club in Akureyri’s old post house, which will be aptly named Pósthúsbarinn, or the Post House Bar.


Tengt efni

Eldri tölublöð
Öll blöð í vefútgáfu

Netútgáfa. Samhliða prentaða blaðinu verður einnig hægt að nálgast netútgáfu af blaðinu á slóðinni www.landogsaga.is. Greinarnar verða bæði í pdf og HTML formi sem gerir þér til dæmis kleift að senda þær áfram og nýta í markaðsskyni. Netútgáfan verður ítarlegri og verður hægt að senda inn efni sem sett verður á vefinn, umfram það efni sem er í blöðunum. Þessi vefur mun síðan halda áfram að vaxa og dafna. 

© 2007 - 2012 Land og saga