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So the deal with this place is they cook everything in a geothermal kitchen. I had seen photos of it while researching things to do in Iceland and based on the photos got the impression that this was just a bakery. We stopped to get...More
Food at Kjot & Kunst is somewhat at the budget end of the range for Iceland. The main course was good and it was a novelty to have it “Earth cooked”. We had lamb curry and the meat balls - the rhubarb sauce set the...More
When I walked in, I got a sense it was kinda of a Greek influence...then we heard the Mama Mia soundtrack blasting and it was perfect! My daughter enjoyed the lunch buffet with delicious breads and chicken. Pizza and burger were good too. We took...More
We were starved for a salad after a few days without and this looked like the ticket. The cake counter looked amazing and the menu looked ok at first glance.
The first glass of wine tasted as if had been opened for a while and...More
My family, including teenagers, children and a vegetarian (me), stopped here for dinner after a hike up the valley of Reykjadalur. Here there was something to eat for everyone! There were vegan and vegetarian options, a children's menu, stone baked pizza margarita, meat balls, salmon,...More
Hi Kjot and Kunst Cafe Restaurant Earth Cooking, we love your lunch chef specials such as the super yummy breaded Icelandic traditional lamb chops, meatballs with mashed potatoes drizzled in brown truffle mushroom sauce, the chocolate and blueberry cakes.
Considering the fact that we have...More
It was a nice thought for a resto that cooks is food using geothermal energy: buy an egg and cook it yourself on the geothermal at the front of their building isk 100 for the egg and the loan of a small basket.