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9 ára blaðra  Loki er 9ára í dag, Húrra !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Today Loki is 9 year old; hurra !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

saltkjöt    Saltkjöt og baunir, 2.500.-

 

Sprengidagur on Tuesday 28th. It is the day when families should gather and eat an all-you-can-eat portion of salt-cured meat or salted meat in yellow lentil soup with potatoes and the beloved rutabaga turnip. Literally called explosion day, you should eat until you burst. The day is in preparation for the long fast until Easter, a tradition dating back to catholic times in Iceland.

Við á Loka lokum snemma laugardaginn 25. febrúar vegna árshátíðar.  Svo opnum við vonandi fersk á sunnudagsmorgun kl. 12 

We close early on Saturday February 25th. at 17.00 because of our annual celebration.  We open on Sunday 26th at 12.00

boðsk

Have a nice weekend

Góan hefur tekið við Þorranum svo Þorraplattinn fæst ekki lengur en við endurtökum leikinn næsta Þorra.

 

Við fögnum Þorranum 2017 með glæsilegum Þorraplatta 

Winter festive Thorri 2017 Loki's Thorri Plate

 

samsett Þorri

„Þorramatur“ Food of Thorri

is a selection of traditional Icelandic food, consisting mainly of meat (cured in lactic acid) and fish products cut into slices or bits and served with rúgbrauð (dark rye bread), butter and brennivín, an Icelandic snaps (not included).  „Þorramatur“ is consumed during the Nordic month of Þorri (Thorri), in January and February, particularly at the mid-winter feast of Þorrablót (Thorrablot) as a tribute to old culture. Being thus connected with the tradition of Þorrablót festivals, Þorramatur is most often served as a buffet.

Pickling (making food sour) is an ancient way to store and work food. For centuries this was the way to preserve food due to lack of salt. Slaughter season starts in autumn and food supposed to last until next autumn.

Pickled food is easy to digest and is much healthier due to vitamins and minerals that come from lactic acid.

This type of food is an important part of „Thorrablot“, but many enjoy it all year round. It is a pleasure to learn to eat food that has been with the Icelandic nation for centuries.

Gleðileg jól öll, 

opið til 18 á morgun 23. des

lokað 24. des, 25. des og 26. des

opnum kl. 11 þann 27. des 

Snjór aLoka JPVminni skorin

Loki jólaplatti 2016 ísl minni

Opnunartími á Loka um hátíðarnar

Þorláksmessa: opið 9-17.  Skötuhlaðborð í hádeginu, pantið tímanlega

Aðfangadagur: lokað

Jóladagur: lokað

Annar í jólum: lokað

27. des opið 11-21

28. des 9-21

29. des 9-21

30. des 9-21

31. des 9-16

Nýársdagur: lokað

2. jan 11-21

 

Open / closed during Christmas and New Years Eve:

Des. 23th. open from 9-17

Des. 24th. 25th. 26th. Closed

Des. 27th. 11-21

Des 28th. 9-21

Des 29th. 9-21

Des 30th. 9-21

Des 31th. 9-16

Jan 1st. Closed

Jan 2dn. 11-21

 Loki jólaplatti 2016 ensk 2 minni

Open / closed during Christmas and New Years Eve:

Des. 23th. open from 9-17

Des. 24th. 25th. 26th. Closed

Des. 27th. 11-21

Des 28th. 9-21

Des 29th. 9-21

Des 30th. 9-21

Des 31th. 9-16

Jan 1st. Closed

Jan 2dn. 11-21


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Lokastíg 28

101 Reykjavík

Opnunartími

Mán - Lau: 09:00-21:00

Sun: 11:00-21:00

Upplýsingar

S: 466-2828