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In 2010 a young chef from Húsavík, was awarded Chef of the year 2010 in Iceland.The young chef, Gústav spent months traveling around Iceland looking for the real taste of Iceland, along the way he found a few things that are key items of the interior of the restaurant.Take a look at our menu, it will be our pleasure to fire up the old grill when you honor us with a visit.
Enjoyed a terrific salmon dinner last night! Started with the salmon sushi and moved on to a main course of salmon cooked two ways. The Salmon was so fresh it was amazing raw, slow roasted and grilled. My husband had the tuna which was also...More
This was by far our favorite meal on our whole trip. Every dish was presented so beautifully and tasted delicious. Fish was out of this world. Service was wonderful. Ginga, our server, made it so special. We told her we were on our minimoon and...More
We did the tasting menu and so got to try a variety of foods we had never experienced. We had minke whale and puffin breast which are delicacies in Iceland. Also had delicious lamb and fish. Staff were very pleasant and allowed us to change...More
Hard to pick a single favourite from the meals we sampled with our group, it was all great flavours. The mussel appy and main grilled lamb dish were superb, service very attentive and a good wine list.
Food was beyond amazing. Pan fried cod was delicious. As was the salmon. And lobster tacos were beyond incredible. Service was lovely. Big thank you to Ginga, our server. She was delightful and provided us with the perfect suggestions for dinner. Don’t miss the dessert...More
We were a group of 15 people in the mood for vegan food, I know Iceland is well-known for its Wonderful fish and meat dishes. But to let everyone know most restaurants have good vegetarian and vegan options if you ask them. We got intrigued...More
We went here for our last night in Reykjavik. Though it was a little more expensive than what we hoped to find in the downtown area, the restaurant was hip, beautifully designed and had a fantastic menu. We ordered several small dishes to share: traditional...More
This place is in perfect location, just little bit further down the street from the Hallgrimskirkja Church.
We had lobster soup and carpaccio for starter and it was absolutely delicious no complain here.
The soup has fish and scallops pieces in it, so good.
We chose to eat at this fine restaurant for our last dinner in Iceland. We had eaten lunch at this restaurant several days before and both my son and wife had enjoyed their meals. For dinner my son and I had the seafood pasta. It...More