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We went to this place twice while we were in Reykjavik. We found while we were taking pictures at the church as it is right across the street from this place. This was the only traditional Icelandic restaurant we found in the city. My wife fell in love with the rye bread and the meals at this place (salmon or other fish on rye bread). Most of their dishes are with fish so place consider that before stopping by. Also I wouldn't recommend this place if you don't like trying new things. If you are willing to give it a try you won't be disappointed. Considering the high prices of food in Iceland this place was also a good bargain. Both times we went we spent about $30 to $40 for two. If you are lucky enough to sit at the window you have a great view of the church across the street. They also have a large norse god painting.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
If your in the downtown area this is a short walk. We stayed in the city center and this was about a half mile walk. It's a interesting and different structure to see. Also the view from this place is amazing as its on the edge of the bay and as you look across you will see the mountains in the background. It may get crowded at times as when we went the first time there were about 20 people and some people just went up close and didn't move so you couldn't get a picture of just the Sun Voyager alone. There was also a time we went and there was no one around.
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
We made a stop at this place as we were hungry and needed to wait another hour before our time at the Blue Lagoon. We got the lobster soup and sandwhich. It was very good and lobster is fresh as the owner mentioned that they use fresh lobster daily for the soup. If your in the area and want an Icelandic staple stop by this place.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
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We spent a few days downtown and wanted to do something different and found this place across from the Harpa hall. It is different. You will go up a winding path up the mound to find dried fish in the wooden platform. If you have nothing else to do it's something different and we were the only people there. It's right next to the small light house so you can kill two birds with one stone.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
This is a must see if you go Reykjavik. If you are downtown you can't miss the church as you can almost see it from anywhere down town. Up close it is a beautiful structure.
Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
It was a cool experience to stand on two continents but like many reviewers stated the drive out there is a little boring though the landscape reminded me of the moon or some foreign landscape but it does get old as its a good drive. When we went out there we did make other plans to check other places around the area. After the visit here we stopped and the fishing town a few miles away and then the blue lagoon which is another few miles from the fishing town. I would definitely recommended stopping by if you have a car rental and make plans for other activities around the area. You have to be on the lookout for it when your driving down the road or your miss it.
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