Harry's is very close to the Hotel Klettur and a short distance from the town centre. We ate in about six restaurants in town, including the 1st and 2nd rated on Trpadvisor. 1 and 2 were very good but spendy (London and New York prices), $200 a couple for us without going mad, in fact sort of skimping. So, to Harry's.
An Icelandic/Philipina man and wife, lovely people, very friendly (Icelanders are nice people but not very geared to service providing it seems, sort of reserved you could say. Maybe I have lived in the USA too long where the gushing bonhomie is overpowering ! ), these guys were terrific. The atmosphere is cosy and warm, it's a small place. The food was absolutely excellent, with good portions and good value by local prices. I had the grilled fish with chips with salad and it was first rate. If we sound like 'Okies' my wife is a high line caterer and we eat out a lot in a big range of restaurants all over the world ! I just like my English grub once in a while ! A tip, bring as much wine as you can to Iceland, they didn't bother us at customs. An average Chilean Chardonnay will run you $40 in Iceland (a $9 bottle in Costco USA) for example. Argentine Merlot about the same.
Everybody's dishes looked very good in Harry's, tip top service and ace people, thanks Christian.
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