Oskjuhlid is rightly called a natural pearl. More than 176,000 trees have been planted on the hillside, resulting in a woodland setting which is rare within the city which is appreciated by natives and visitors alike. The bicycling and walking paths are much frequented and afford many pleasant moments, however, it is easy to find peaceful glades where it is easy to forget the bustle of city life.
The finest in Icelandic cuisine
For fine dining, there is nothing to beat the Perlan Restaurant. Whilst your taste buds enjoy the thrill of superb cuisine, your eyes will enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of Reykjavík and beyond as the restaurant gently completes a full rotation every two hours.
Our master chefs
Head Chef - Elmar Kristjánsson
Nominated Chef of the Year both in 1998 and 2001. A member of Iceland’s Culinary Team 1997-2000. Gold Medal Winner in the Mouton Cadet Culinary Competition in 1997 and 2001. Scandinavian Chef of the Year Silver Medal Winner in 2002.
Owner and Chef - Gísli Thoroddsen
Former member of Chefs des Chefs (an elite society exclusive to chefs currently responsible for catering for Heads of State in their respective countries).
A full range of drinks are available in Iceland’s most elevated bar. Sip an aperitif or relax after dinner in the intimate Perlan
For light snacks, try a cup of coffee in the cafeteria with a choice of delicious cakes, bread and pastries; for something more substantial, you will find soups, sandwiches, crêpes, pizzas, burritos and a great salad bar. For a quick treat, we invite you to try some of our luscious ice cream, prepared fresh each day by our expert staff.
Phone (+354)562 0200
E-mail [email protected]