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We waited about 15 min to get a table, as the government decided to put some rules in place avain due to COVID-19. The food was ok, nothing special really. We shared the camembert and had the char with potatoes (quite expensive) and fried fish...More
I visited there with my husband and two daughters (4 and 5 year old). The service was great, relaxing atmosphere,great variety of food and the food was excellent! Even my 5 year old that usually doesn't eat much ate a whole lot, that a lone...More
Struggling to fathom how this place has so many positive reviews.
Flat beer and a flat coke to start. Yuck.
Then a fatty burger and chips that were cooked under a lightbulb going by the colour (or lack of) on then.
A lamb steak sandwich...More
Having been to Iceland several times, the only problem is the cost of eating in restaurants. The Systrakafi is an exception, given that it has no competition, other than the local service station, it does not over charge. If you are travelling from Reykjavik to...More
We found this cute place by luck and took a pizza to go because our hotel had a very expensive restaurant. The next day we drove 60klms for more! I think it is one of the best food stops in the south east coast and...More
I can only spot a vegetable option in the pizza menu. Don't recall a certified vegan option. You have to give Iceland time to catch up with the vegan-revolution, especially restaurants outside Reykjavik. :)