Tapas is a really good way of trying different Icelandic foods without having to have a full meal. We shared the icelandic feast menu (includes puffin, whale and blue ling), with additional 3 tapas (duck, foal and mushrooms). The food was plenty for 2 of us. We also had a jug of sangria - we had the one made with white wine instead of red. The total was approx £90. As we had only planned one expensive meal out, we found this restaurant an excellent way of sampling different tastes to the UK, and we didn't spend as much as we expected to. The staff were really friendly and kept our water jug topped up throughout.
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