We found this spot after wandering around in the winter dusk and not having eaten since Skyr at Keflavik 6 hours previously, but this place is still a find. We looked at other menus, and liked the variety of this one.
I had the Paprika (pepper) soup, a vegetable and egg noodle with ginger, and a house white wine. Of course, we were eating earlier than most because of the time change business, but lots of folks were wandering in for an espresso and / or glass of wine. House wine by the glass is 900kr, which is pretty reasonable, even by US bar prices. Dinner for two was 7490kr with two courses each, so decent.
Tasty meal, nice art on the walls, good music playing, and friendly service. Would definitely recommend.
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