This was our last meal in Reykjavik and one of the best we had. We went about 1.30pm and were shown to a great table for two in the corner by the window in the conservatory section, overlooking the harbour and the mountains beyond.
I opted for the Icelandic tapas menu, which consisted of five superb courses - guillemot, arctic char, salt cod and lamb, each one served with delicious accompaniments and sauces / jus plus tastefully presented. The lamb was the best I had tasted and guillemot was something brand new, which I would have again. The waiters were great and told us exactly what each tapas was.
My wife had traditional tapas such as baked camembert, roasted vegetables etc and enjoyed them too. I had a tasty arctic beer too - fruity with a berry flavour.
Definitely worth a visit, the decor is bright yet cosy and the place has a relaxed atmosphere.
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