My Mum and I stumbled across this restaurant after wandering the streets looking for a restaurant that served local food at more reasonable prices than most other options. This building was a quaint traditional corregated iron house and the decor inside was pleasant and welcoming. We were the only diners, which did concern us at first, but we were greeted by a lovely waitress, who although her English wasn't fantastic, it was a great deal better than our Icelandic and she was very pleasant. The service we received was wonderful and the food was even better. We both tried an Icelandic tappas starter which enabled us to try some national foods such as lamb, salted cod, goose, languistine and even whale. Our mains were equally delicious and the presentation couldn't be faulted. We would definitely go back if we were to visit Reykjavik again. It was the best cuisine of our trip..
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