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We had just arrived in the tiny town of Budardalur and were looking for somewhere to have dinner. Our guesthouse hostess recommended that we walk along the waterfront for a look at the rescued young seals and then go to Leifsbud right across the car...More
Restaurant is located in front of the sea and there is a big parking lot. Interiors are ok, nothing fancy but clean with a relaxing music in the background.
It is not very expensive and also vegetarians can have a meal here (salad or soup)....More
For Icelandic standards, the restaurant looks surprisingly (Icelandic-wise) stylish. The menu options are limited, which is usually a good thing.
The salad was ordinary but nothing to complain about. The seafood pasta had reasonably fresh ingredients (mainly mussels) in enjoyable tomato sauce. I asked for...More
We were glad this was open on a Sunday evening. The menu is quite limited and we both had fish main course dishes, the seafood pasta and fish stew. Both were fairly small portions, but very tasty. The fish stew was basically a thick mixture...More
We had dinner here on our way north, definitely worth a stop if you're nearby. Menu is limited to 5 items but the special of the day, lamb, was amazing! Beautifully cooked. There is an exhibit in the restaurant which isn't amazing but it makes...More
Really scenic location on the coast of Burdardal. They have several main course options on their menu and they are prepared very well and are fresh and taste wonderful. The pasta I ordered was delicious and we had really great and friendly service!!
I ordered the fish of the day (which is usually supposed to be freshly caught) when I got the dish it looked nice but as soon as I tasted the fish it was horrible! The fish was dry, old and just not good at all,...More
This restaurant is integrated into the Leif Eriksson museum. It is small but definitely worth a visit. The menu offers some fixed dishes and a dish of the day. We had among us seafood pasta, fish of the day and rack of lamb. The food...More
Nice location on the water in Burdardal. Food was excellent. As with most restaurants in Iceland, there were 5 or 6 main course offerings. Here, three of them were pasta based. We chose the pasta with tomato and garlic, and the seafood pasta. The pasta...More