Roaming Free Since 874
The Icelandic lamb has roamed the hills and mountains of Iceland ever since Viking settlers first brought sheep to the country in the 9th century. Today’s robust breed is a direct descendant of these first animals and genetically identical.
- A Taste of Nature The Grill at Radisson Blu Saga hotel and executive chef Sigurdur Helgason are a perfect match when it comes to the ideology, focus and passion for serving great food. Not only is it important to him to be able to tell his guests about the origin of the ingredients, but a conversation with the farmer is equally important.
- Lamb Street Food Not often does something come along that truly changes the status quo. Lamb Street Food, a new quick serve eatery really hits the mark. Located at Grandagarður 7 in Reykjavík, Iceland this cleverly designed place takes the best of what we know from Mediterranean/Middle Eastern cuisine and takes it to a whole new level.