Tourists love Icelandic mushrooms
And no- we're not talking about the psychedelic kind but the lovely Flúðir mushrooms grown in South Iceland. Farmers Bistro is a restaurant run at the mushroom farm and offers all of the fare grown at the farm- mushroms and vegetables - as well as lamb from nearby farms.
"It's not only a restaurant, we're also introducing customers to our products and how they are grown " say owners Emma Ragnheiður Marinósdóttir and Georg Ottóson. "How we use the geothermally heated water and so on. Its totally the opposite to a fast food restaurant."
They add that the mushrooms are extremely popular with tourists.