We dined on a Sunday evening around 6pm without a reservation. The restaurant is small and quaint and along the wharfside in Reykjavik Old Harbour. The service was quite good. The server offered to 'simplify' our young daughter's chicken dish to avoid any "pick eater problems". The rest of us had their fish stew which was served in a manner we've never seen before but from what I heard from our taxi driver is quite the norm, in a mashed potatoes like consistency. It was delicious! Throw in a couple of Gull beer's and it was aces across the board. Did I tell you eating in Iceland is the next expensive thing after airfare? Be ready for it, or do as folks recommend, taking in a very large lunch as your dinner where portions are similar but prices lower.
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