This quaint restaurant has attentive staff and good, traditional food. The food has kept up with times, but is not on the cutting edge. I would highly recommend a visit for those who look for a cozy atmosphere and good, traditional food. I had the Icelandic Feast. It was fun to try the fermented shark, the lovely, marinated whale, and the little taste of puffin. The cream of langoustine was good, but not very exciting. The Mountain and Bay, lamb fillet and grilled langoustine, was a very good dish. The Skyr dessert was ok, especially the blueberry sorbet. My fellow diners enjoyed their salted cod and catch of the day.
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