Unique place and suuroundings, good food, nice staff and often bargain prices. Something of must try if in town.
You must like the viking lifestile to enjoy this amazing restaurant. One goes many ages back in time coming in the dining area, just great feeling. All kind of birds and animals big and small stuffed, small as a mouse and big as a polarbear. Old wooden tabels and benches, and bautiful carvings allover. The menu is from traditional Icelandic... More
It seems we are in the time of the Vikings when we entered in this Restaurant!!! Amazing atmosphere with music.The employees are dressed according the viking season. It's very funny make a toast with HORN GLASSES... The food it's not the best...
I ate so much I didn't eat again until the next afternoon (large portions as well as I couldn't finish it). Great atmosphere. Not cheap but worth the cash and would go back again.
I ordered the lamb with Bernaise sause. The lamb was very over cooked and the bernaise sause had split, so there was just butter on my plate. I had to ask for my baked potato, that came later and it was only half potato! Very over priced. I don't think I will give them another chance. The restaurant is though... More
I have been to the Restaurant of the viking village many times and I keep coming back. The restaurant is really cool with a unique design, the food is very good and you really get enough to eat. And the staff is very friendly and do a great job. Most of the evenings you get musicians that sing viking songs... More
We made an advanced reservation and took the bus down to Hafnarfjordur from Reykjavik to eat at the Viking Village. We were really looking forward to it, having read that Viking waiters would serenade us and that one guest would be crowned a "Viking king". I think they must only do that with the tour groups, though, because we certainly... More
Nicely presented but we had various issues including the following - Very expensive with small portions; my seafood dish was quite unpleasant as I could not tell what the unknown vegetables were in the bottom of the fishy liquid - mixed seafood gratin with garlic bread (the bread was good); we chose the quiet side of the restaurant as we... More
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