The first clue should have been the sign saying Buffet. Now some places do in fact have a buffet and have good food. Unfortunately this is not one of them. It is expensive (comparable to fine dining establishments) but the buffet while fairly plentiful and having a fair selection was not good. The cold and the hot dishes were all room temperature and uniformly under or not seasoned. Which when dealing with fish is inexcusable. Especially in Iceland which produces some of the worlds finest fish. The potatoes (roasted) and a cod and cheese dish were the only two hot dishes and were both descent (after being seasoned). We also ordered a bottle of wine (do not complain about the price of alcohol in Iceland it is expensive everywhere you go). And the two we were interested in were not available. Though to give the server credit she recommended a replacement (for the same price) and it was quite good. The deserts were the tastiest part of the Buffet and they should be as they are pre made and (some were still frozen when placed out), and thus the kitchen had nothing to do with preparing them.
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