The Faroese capital, Tórshavn, is, naturally, where you’ll find the greatest number of cafés and restaurants, not only on Streymoy, but in the whole of the Faroe Islands.
From sushi to succulent mountain lamb, to tasty open-sandwiches generously adorned with toppings of your choice to some of the most juicy and freshest fish you’ll ever taste, you’re sure to find something to whet your appetite.
In recent years, the number of eating places in Tórshavn has mushroomed – the Faroese capital now boasts an impressive range of restaurants, brasseries and cafés for a town of its size. To be sure of a table for dinner, however, it’s a good idea to book in advance, particularly at weekends.
What’s more, portions are generous and many Faroese chefs pride themselves on using the freshest of local ingredients – your tastebuds are in for a treat! Elsewhere on Streymoy, you’ll find a decent restaurant in Vestmanna as well as a pleasant bistro in Kollafjørður.