NOTE: This review is for the restaurant that is part of Hotel Rjukandi, not for the actual hotel.
We arrived here, tired and hungry, after a great day exploring the peninsula. We were half-way between our activities and our accommodations for the night, and were happy to find this place. It is much nicer decoration that I expected for the location (and its placement next to N1 gas pumps). The menu is larger than I'd expected, again for the type of location.
My wife ordered the fish soup (an expensive main course, at 3900 ISK), which was bland, VERY small (not much actual soup, and quite small portion of fish/seafood in that soup) and generally disappointing.
My veal (a slow cooked, chipped approach) was good-enough, but ultimately not interesting. Surprisingly, the quantity was quite large (meat topped with mashed potatoes)...more than I could eat!
My daughter had a kid's hamburger and fries which was fairly good...especially for the kids' price.
Dessert, the french chocolate cake, was yummy...though 990 ISK.
All in (no drinks), the price was 9790 (USD$85) for a meal we didn't particularly enjoy...though the location (i.e. in the midst of nothing else) was worth something...More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking