We went to Iceland for a 4 day break because it seemed a good idea - Northern lights etc. We arrived to find that Iceland is 'different'. Well that's Nordic for you. I find that whenever I am somewhere 'different', I walk up to a restaurant, take a look at the menu without knowing what I'm looking for and walk on. Eventually realising that this is daft, I'll take a deep breath and enter one that looks unthreatening. That's how we found ourselves in the Scandinavian Brasserie. Once inside, we realised we'd done well - a lovely welcome, and a comfortable atmosphere. Next to us, a couple were tucking into something that looked interesting - we asked them what it was - one of the specials and we had the same. Good choice - tasty, filling, 'different'. The short conversation with the couple led onto a general chat about touristy things - all part of the enjoyment of being somewhere 'different'. Three evenings later, we chose this place for our farewell meal; by this time, we felt more at home. Our meal was just as enjoyable and was rounded off by one of the delightfully tempting desserts - skyr.
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