We didn't have particularly high expectations as we knew Blue Lagoon is the biggest tourist attraction in the country. My husband used to work at a 2-michelin star restaurant in London for five years so it takes a lot to impress... but we were indeed impressed! Seafood was superb... my husband had a seafood salad starter with perfectly cooked scallops, prawns and some other bits in there and I had the langoustine soup - superb! The langoustines were almost caramelized... delicious! We both had the beef rack with glazed beef cheek for our main and it was incredible. The portion sizes were shockingly huge for a restaurant of such a calibre - usually posh places serve such tiny portions - but this plate had three slabs of beef, plus the glazed cheek and beautiful sides. The potato terrine had some kind of foam and horseradish stuff going on that went perfectly with the beef... seriously amazing stuff going on. Our plates were practically licked clean. (In fact, my soup bowl had been wiped clean with a piece of delicious bread that was served prior to the starters... so clean plates all around!) Dessert was great too.... don't fall for the trap of the fancy-pants Icelandic dessert of the year... it's good, but not as good as the skyr dessert. We had them both and the skyr won hands-down in our books. Service was good (laidback, not as stuffy as you'd expect with food of this quality) and we thoroughly enjoyed our time. They gave us a great table (a table for 4 right in front of the lagoon despite us only being 2....we were surprised and very pleased!) Highly recommend... A three course meal with the monthly selection bottle of wine came to 17000 kroner, but we had used a 60 euro credit which was included in our Blue Lagoon package, so all in all it would've cost about 135 GBP for three (amazing) courses and a bottle of wine. London prices, but totally worth every Krona! We were here on our honeymoon and for my birthday, it's definitely a special occasions kind of place!