It started with the look we got when we walked in. The place was empty and we were 3 adults and 2 young kids so usually eat early. I asked if the place was open and though the answer was 'yes' the body language said different. The (male) waiter was nice enough but the woman who I assume was owner/manager made us feel very unwelcome. We asked if we could sit in a corner which would have been more comfortable and whilst the waiter seemed fine with that, the woman suddenly barked something to him in Icelandic and then informed us that the corner was reserved. Like I said, the place was empty and we would have been long gone before any rush. There were repeated looks in our direction and conversations in Icelandic. We had enough when after more barking from the woman, the waiter told our 1 year old to 'stop chewing the menu'. He wasn't chewing, like all 1 year olds, everything tends to get put in the mouth, esp. plastic. We got up and left and informed the woman that we'd got the message that we weren't welcome. There are plenty of family friendly places in Reykjavik and after 3 weeks driving round the lovely country, this was the only bad experience we had.
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