Ryan said this was the best sushi he ever had. The kids had chocolate cake with coconut and blueberry ice creams.
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Location: 5/5. The restaurant is located centrally in Reykjavik, in a charming building. The venue is intimate and cozy, with a few tables and a bar section on the first floor of the restaurant. Staff: 5/5, super friendly and casual. When we decieded on two...More
You cannot beat Iceland when it comes to fish. It's just beyond great. But. Said fish was cut into a mix of too thick chunks and irregular flops with holes in them. We were served salmon with pieces of skin still attached, and horse tenderloin...More
We waited a long time for anyone to come take our order and a while for the sushi. Our edamame came out quickly and made the wait for food seem less drawn out. Waiter was super shy and seemed kind of afraid to talk to...More
On the Main Street upstairs by the dragon cutouts. Advertises kabobs (sushi), but I didn't see anyone order it). Good white ale (Islandic) made with orange and coriander---I know, sounds weird, but really good! Service a bit slow, but we were a party of 5,...More
Go. Now. Don't read further. If I could rate this 6 stars out of 5 I would. From the chefs choice skewers including horse, whale, and lobster to the sushi selection (salmon lover and magic roll were perfect!), this was amazing. Great location and really...More