We dropped in here for a quick lunch one day.
It looks like what it is - a basic roadside bar/diner, inside and out. Although there was a menu of mostly pizzas & burgers, there was also a hostess trolley-type arrangement with stew and a pot of lamb broth. This smelled very appetising so we ordered a couple of portions of bread & soup and two hot drinks. The bar lady was most concerned about this - by some quirk it was cheaper to have the set lunch of soup, stew and a hot drink than it was to have just the soup & drink. So, never ones to turn down free food or a good deal, we agreed to have the set meal. The hostess trolley meant it was serve yourself so we figured on having just a token portion of what was proudly announced to be horse stew. The soup was nicely meaty with a few veggies - a good start. The stew came with mash and boiled veg. The veg were nothing to get excited about, but the mash was buttery and fairly smooth, whilst the stew was thick and dark and unctuous, with good-sized chunks of meat, cooked to melting tenderness in a rich gravy. This was the first time I had eaten horse and I confess to being a little dubious, but it really did taste very nice - and my good intentions to have just a small portion were quickly discarded.
The whole meal for two of us cost around £12, easily the cheapest full meal we had in Iceland. OK, so it isn't fine dining, and doesn't have much atmosphere, but it was clean, the service was friendly, the food was tasty and substantial and excellent value.
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