Grandagarður 8, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Food was fresh and tasty. All dishes were cooked perfectly. Staffs were also very attentive and friendly. The outdoor patio was spacious and cozy. I will definitely come back again when I visit Reykjavík.
Iceland’s food cost is quite higher than other countries such as France, UK, Germany and even Israel.... All the restaurants must reflect its cost of material, rent and labor so it might not be economical to eat in restaurants. The restaurant is next to Maritime museum. I went to more than 4 coffee shops, coffee latte is ISK560-580 but this restaurant’s quantity is much bigger than other places and only 450. The lunch is buffet and only ISK2,800. The fish and veg both are very fresh and tasty!
Loved this experience and would recommend it to any tourist. You get to try all sorts of fresh local fish in one place for ~$30CAD / $25USD
We had lunch buffet after enjoying the maritime museum. BEST EVER FISH MEAL. absolutely number one in our stay in iceland for 10 days. so many choice, fresh, different type of fish dishes, fresh.
The seafood lunch buffet is 2800kr. Food was really excellent with a good assortment of Icelandandic fish including Artic Char. The dishes were well cooked and very flavorful. Despite being a buffet it was fresh since the platters aren't that big, so they change them out regularly. The fresh bread was also great, we got some fresh out of the oven. Desert isn't included but is available if you have any room left. Coffee is included. The staff is very friendly and low key. The only challenge we had was figuring out how it worked since it seemed so low key. Basically you sit down, get your food, and pay when you're done.