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Vidid and homely seafood restaurant by the old harbour in Reykjavik opposite the Maritime museum. Fresh fish is our game! Magnús Ingi Magnússon, chef and owner of Sjávarbarinn, also guides groups in a gourmet walk by the old harbour. He welcomes the group in his seafood restaurant at 10 am with traditional fermented shark and Icelandic schnaps, called Brennivín or Black Death, and more local delicacies. Participants are then led on a tour by the old harbour that ends with a visit to the Icelandic fish market nearby where they can see the fresh variety in the day‘s catch. Magnús Ingi guides the tour and gives an introduction to Icelandic fisheries and its history. Then the group returns to Sjávarbarinn…
This was the best meal of our trip. We found it quite by chance when the restaurant we were trying to visit was closed. We are so happy we went in! I had the fish and chips which was Cod- crispy, perfectly cooked, fresh and...More
Food here was excellent for a small place. My wife and I had the fish and chips with a salad bar which was outstanding. This place was close to the Maritime Museum and a great place for lunch. It was very affordable.
I was really expecting to like this place. We love small and casual when eating out. Based on reviews and photos I was looking forward to some great fish. Maybe Wednesday is not fresh fish day at this restaurant, unfortunately our experience turned out unpleasant....More
We expected to taste good icelandic seafood based on the Tripadvisor reviews, they are a long way from that, the fish is some kind of asian fusion and is too fatty, service is ok but other than that the place is not nice, ambiance is...More
When we got in the restaurant, the owner greeted us with a big smile. He also recommend the signature seafood platter and soup. Other staff were nice and friendly too. We love this place and would definitely come back again!
We wanted seafood for dinner and we selected this one known for its buffet. Absolutely phenomenal. The food is fresh, and delicious. They have quite the variety of seafood and even lamb for my non-seafood eating daughter. Truly enjoyed the dining experience. As a bonus,...More
I travelled to Iceland over Christmas with family and friends. This trip was a little more expensive as we wanted to really enjoy everything there was to offer and enjoy our holiday away.
Quite expensive for a non-seafood eater. The tour was interesting...More
- the seafood soup and lagoustines
- the price
- the fish from what it seems would be the fish and chips. Nothing was labeled so hard to know what exactly we were eating.
-had to ask for our soup. Missed...More
Poor quality overpriced mix of Asian and fried fish. A real lack of seafood choice. Salads been sitting out too long. Service non existent. No welcome. The only smile was when we paid. What a shame. We felt ripped off.
Without doubt the worst meal...More