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Fridheimar, Selfoss

(4.7/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
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  • The tomato soup and home made breads were fab. We also had green tomato cheesecake and apple and green tomato pie. Both were nice and a bit unusual 
  • The visit was a stop on our golden circle tour with Reykjavik excursions. We were welcomed warmly and defending us has been working in tomato cultivation the true green approach here declares, really impressive. Instead of tomato soup, we fed a beer, which entered the or another envious look. A great little stop on our journey. Although we can not evaluate the taste of the soup but us seemed that it was ordered at least in large quantities.
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  • We were with a tour group here. First, there was a small tour of the greenhouse, where detail was told how the tomato breeding here on the island. Then you could buy a couple of tomato sauces and other tomato products or a bite of food. Then it went to the stables, where a nice young lady told us all about the Icelandic horse. Then we were allowed to go on rubbing shoulders with the horses and they make Petting and photos with them. Then, there was still a demonstration of the different Gaits of the Icelandic horse. All in all a wonderful informative visit!
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