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The food in this place was great, my partner and i went back more than once to eat here. The quality was great and the price was fair considering some other establishments were charging nearly half as much for the same type of meal. The...More
Just finished what was definitely the best fish and chips I have ever had. Not usually big on reveiws but this place is a definite 10/10. The food is great staff were helpfull and it is a lovelly setting. We were roughly £30 equivalent for...More
A nice, simple restaurant with a small but perfectly adequate menu written on the board behind the counter.
We had no problem getting a seat, but it was very early evening. I can imagine it would be busy at lunch time or later in the...More
Saw this place on our first night and kept it in mind to return for food.
Fish and chips served in a bowl, very few chips for the price but the fish was very nice. A plate would ve nice.
Girl who took our order...More
It was a cold, windy, and rainy day in Reykjavik. We had just checked into our hotel (the Konsulat) just a few blocks away. We were hungry from a long night of travelling. Reykjavik Fish was just the spot to tame our hunger. The Fish...More
Stopped in just by passing and feeling hungry.. Fish and chips served in a tall dish is a bit awkward trying to get the cutlery down inside, surely a plate would be easier? I almost asked for one.
But.. the fish and chips were truly...More
Restaurant was empty and generally lacking in atmosphere. Decoration wasn’t particularly comforting and felt more like an old style cafeteria.
Fish and chips were good but small portion for price, with very few chips.
Arctic Char was nice, but somewhat dry and a little over...More