We ate here one evening in April during a short stay in Reykjavik. The dishes were tasty but came out very sporadically as it was cooked - I have only ever eaten in tapas restaurants where all the dishes comes out together, or nearly at the same time, but here we had a very long wait between receiving the first dishes and the last, which was a bit of a pain as the dishes I selected came out first and were cold by the time my Mum had received her first dish. I understand tapas is supposed to be shared and perhaps it is normal for tapas to come out very sporadically, but it was a real shame not to enjoy half our food hot. It is also quite pricey, but this is the case for the vast majority of restaurants in Reykjavik - Iceland is not a cheap!
Unfortunately, although the food was tasy and the customer service friendly, it was very dark in this resturant and the music was very loud. I was travelling with my parents who found it extremely hard to hear what I was saying and found it even harder to actually read the menu - something I struggled with too and I'm in my 20s! The music was very Spanish and upbeat and I get that they were tyring to create the right atmosphere but we would have had a much better experience had the music been turned down a little so we could actually hear each other and the lighting up a bit so we could see all the choices, as we ended up just picking whatever from the menu to save the eye strain.
This restaurant would be great for some people and I can see the appeal, but I don't think it is everyones cup of tea. However, the food itself is tasty and it is in a nice part of town.
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