This is a great restaurant, and fully deserves its ratings on this website. The food is inventive and challenging, and my one criticism is that the portion sizes are too generous on the set menus.
I had the Taste of Iceland menu, which started with a mouthwatering combination of lobster and golden perch. The second course of puffin, minke whale and shag was an adventure, with the puffin and shag being tasty and gamey in texture. However, the cured minke whale was a textural torture and I couldn't stomach the meat.
The main course of lamb was terrific, with combinations of textures and flavours spot on. Finally, the dessert was a perfect finish to the meal, and was large enough to share!
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