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Went there during lunch in one of my work trips. The looks of the place and the atmosphere is breathtaking. You can actually hear the sound of the ocean and waves under the restaurant. Lunch menu is simple, which I always like. I had catch...More
At first we could not find the place and passed by two times, as it did not show to be a restaurant. in the end, we entered the wooden dinig room and felt sent back in time. All kind of nautical and fishing implements, all...More
We stumbled upon Randulf's while staying in Eskifjordur after our Airbnb host recommended it. The whole dining experience was a journey. The restaurant is in the bottom of a tiny museum. There was only one waitress so things were a bit slow but well worth...More
Just about the only restaurant in town. The food was interesting. Not a lot on the menu, but much of it local. I had the catfish, which was a bit too salty but otherwise nicely cooked and presented. My brother had the reindeer meatballs, which...More
Not only a restaurant but a museum along the water! Many ancient artifacts here! Food was great and they even offered me a vegan meal at my request! But the rest of our party had awesome lamb and vegetables, potatoes! We were able to taste...More
This former fishermen’s house has kept all its character - the top floor has even been kept as it was long time ago, interesting to visit. People found of minerals and physics will also like the room dedicated to the famous Iceland Spar, of which...More
The restaurant does little in PR, it’s difficult to recognize as a restaurant from the outside. The building is an old place for crew from the herring fishers in the fjord, and has been turned into a (very small) museum. The first floor is still...More