We found this restaurant on a cold snowy evening in February - not much to look at from the outside but it was warm and welcoming inside. The decor is heavy on dark wood and warm lighting, nothing fancy but has the feel of an old fashioned pub. The menu is not extensive but has enough variety that we went there twice without duplication or hesitation. You won't find fermented lamb or shark on the menu but it's much more suited to English/European tastes. Another group of English people we met in there also went back twice. Most of the entrees include the salad and soup bars - you get both and they are good - plus you get to cut off as much bread as you want from a selection of loaves. The food is tasty and plentiful - we had both fish and meat dishes and really enjoyed them. Price wise this is a bargain for Reyjavik - about £40-45 (inc drinks but not dessert - we were too full!). This restaurant is not in the city centre but it is near the Grand, Reykjavik Lights and Hilton Nordica hotels. Well worth a visit.