RATING: 4.9/5.0 STARS
EXPENSE: $15 pp
Normally, I would think that the cafe located in a city center is a tourist trap and doesn’t hold its own. Normally. That being said, the Faroe Islands are not normal, and the Paname Cafe takes the cake for our favorite quick in and out spot.
The cafe is connected to a bookstore and its hours are most definitely European, but it is totally worth the wait. The quintessential Scandinavian look, grass roof, and unique hanging lighting inside look like an ad from Pottery Barn.
The coffee and food are also out of this world. I don’t usually eat a biscuit with rhubarb and cheese on it for breakfast, but by the end of my 4th trip to the Faroes I craved it. They bake their own goods and so the entire cafe has an intoxicating smell of freshly baked cookies, croissants, and biscuits.
It’s convenient location and ample parking made it my go to almost every single day I have been in the Faroes whether that was in March, April, July or August.
They are also open late for wine, although I wouldn’t bank on getting dinner there only because the portions are smaller. This beautiful, romantic, and cozy spot is the first restaurant we are reviewing because it is just that good. There are other favorites, but Paname Cafe is #1.
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