They have a buffet and you choose 3 of the 8 offerings. The food quality is fast food level, but it was quite tasty.
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Iceland can be pricey but had we had a huge meal for two with a large beer for 3600 kr. Unheard of. Only a small selection of meal items, probably 12 already cooked and ready to go. Some selective Ns were lamb curry, pork, chicken...More
The service was slow. We wanted to sit outside & enjoy the weather. The staff said that the patio seating was closed. Yet there were several couples out there eating. The food was nothing great. Nothing unique. All the flavors ran together. I have had...More
Unexpectedly good! Slightly sweet, but very authentic. Large pieces of meat in a sauce that is not runny, but made from real ingredients, stewed and flavour infused.
If your looking for value for money this is it. Won't get much cheaper in Iceland and certainly not the worst Thai food I've ever eaten in fact it was a very nice change from fish and good quality. Find this place in the supermarket...More
We had a nice, quick dinner at Thai Koon. Rice plus three entrees for 1500 Kr. The noodles and chicken with peanut sauce were quite good. There were about six entrees from which to choose. There were several tables there or you can do take...More
We ordered three dishes: a curry dish, deep-fried prawns and prawns with vegetables. All 3 were tasty! Furthermore, the food here is cheap (by Icelandic standards). We paid only ISK 5,400 for the 3 dishes and 3 servings of rice.
Farther than you can see in the bar, you will find Thai cuisine dishes. Better than it seems at the first view, I recommend it.
After a week in the West Fjords we are tapped out on seafood and lamb. And then we went to the grocery store and stumbled over this little jewel. They have fantastic Thai food. All the usual stuff and it didn't even have a weird...More