Great lobster bisque served by wonderful waitress in the charming restaurant. Lovely ambiance and old charming building. One of our better stops in Iceland thus quaint little village on a sunny day.
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Randa Husid is first easy to find and open from 12 to 10pm. Around 50/60 seats. Staff is very kind and performant. It was our first try in Iceland; langoustines/lobsters are so good and fine that we would like to taste them twice ! We...More
An excellent small restaurant not far off the main road east from Reykajivk. I had lunch here after a morning of kayaking nearby and enjoyed the lobster soup which, whilst not inexpensive (about ISK29) was 'bottomless' and served with very nice bread - the soup...More
We visited here for lunch on our last day of our Iceland trip, making a detour to do so! What a great decision. The restaurant was excellent, but equally Eyrarbakki is a lovely quaint ex-fishing village with lots of old Icelandic houses, many restored sympathetically...More
The restaurant was smaller than some, but had a fancy high-quality atmosphere. The lobster pasta dish was very good.
We came back to Rauda Husid after two years and we were impressed with good food and very good service, much better than two years ago. I spoke to the staff and found most of them came from Lithuania and they were all polite and...More