Entrees include vegetable soup, meat soup and mashed fish. The folks next to us enjoyed soup which came with unlimited refills and plates of quick rise bread, both of which the man had refilled. We had the mashed fish. It came with finely chopped cucumber and sliced tomato, as well as bread. The fish is a combination of flaked fish, mixed with potato and spices. It looks like mashed potatoes but it is mostly cod fish and delicious. (2500 ISK) The owner prepares the food and when she expects a large group, she hires extra help to deal with the service. The café is in an old library, and many of the books are stacked about as if they are about to be moved to a new location. It has couches and has a comfy, home spun atmosphere, in addition to a few .long tables. There are other eating establishments nearby, including a fish and chips food truck, a hamburger joint and a hotel. If you can only choose one, choose this one. It is great.
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