Came in for my last dinner of my trip, which also happened to be Easter Sunday. I had no reservation, but the hostess was able to seat me right away, anyway. The food and vibe are very traditional. I enjoyed my meal - lobster soup and the tenderloin of lamb and lobster. The service was very friendly and helpful. I liked the decor, which was very sea/ocean-themed. I would probably have gone for the prix fixe (a very good value with four courses) if it had included the lamb/lobster dish. However, as it didn't, I chose to go a la carte. Like all the food in Iceland, it's pricey, but it's a nice place with a good and traditional feel to it.
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