Roadhouse - Reykjavik
Happy hour is every Friday and Saturday night from 10-11pm. Happy hour at Roadhouse means 2 for 1 on beer, wine and spirits in soda.
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Roadhouse is a recent addition to Reykjavik's food culture, designed in the spirit of classic american diners, but Roadhouse is way more than just your average diner. Everything there is made from scratch by using only the freshest ingredients. Unlike most restaurants where hamburgers are the main focus, the french fries at Roadhouse are actually made from real potatoes, and it takes about two days to prepare each fry. There are no added fat or preservatives, they are only potatoes with a dash of passion. Ingredients are very important to the owners of Roadhouse, who specially-select all everything and only allow top quality meat to enter the kitchen.
The menu consists of fingerlickers (appetizers), burgers & sandwitches, main dishes & ribs, on the side, a kid menu, shakes, drinks and desserts. The appetizers are really mouthwatering, try the Roadhouse chicken fingers with special dip and celery or the grilled shrimp cocktail with American cocktail sauce, hazelnuts and salad, those will surely prepare you for the feast ahead. As for main dishes, the hamburgers and ribs are to die for. Only the brave will meet with the Empire State burger, a double hamburger with a grilled cheese sandwich in between, fried egg, bacon, onion ring, jalapenos, ketchup and roadhouse sauce accompanied by those famous french fries.
The pride and joy of Roadhouse is the smoking kiln where the ribs and pork are smoked. They also make their own seasoning and BBQ sauces. All three owners are successful restauranteurs that had been running their own restaurants way before they came up with the idea of Roadhouse. The restaurant has been very well received by locals and travellers, and we urge you to try it. Take your fast food experience to a higher level, you won't regret it.
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