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Nordic cool at its best. For years, the renowned chef Sveinn Kjartansson has been showing viewers of Icelandic television how to make the most of the country's natural food sources, especially its impressive range of seafood. Now, visitors to AALTO Bistro in the Nordic House can sample for themselves the work of this creative chef, in the form of delicious and delightful fresh lunch specials and during the day. When it comes to afternoon coffee, linger awhile, over delicious homemade cakes, all made with the best ingredients available at the time, Over the weekends, a delicately constructed dinner menu. Naturally, the fruits of the sea feature prominently, although meat and vegan options are…
The view from the restaurant is stunning; a view of the city and Hallgrímskirkja. Food and serivce perfect. Good place to go with friends and chat. A short walk to Háskólabío if you are heading over there after dinner/late lunch.
I went for lunch there because of its review. Its a very small restaurant hidden outside the city and surounded by beautiful nature! The food was phenomenal and the service incredible. i went by myself. I am pesceterian and dont eat fish. I ordered the...More
We enjoyed a wonderful lunch two times here during our three day visit in Iceland. Vegan options everyday on their menu including the soup of the day. Also, this is the first restaurant in Iceland that I have visited to have great wine list with...More
We went out bicycling and this stop was perfect for some mid day calories.
Got coffee and French Chocolate cake, delicious. Prices good and service good. Nice environment with nice view towards ocean.
We stopped here after a visit to National museum and really enjoyed the experience. Great choice of vegetarian options, we sampled 3 and were amazed for all 3, delicious, special and great presentation.
Visiting Iceland with group of discriminating women from the US and Canada. We ordered a number of different lunch entrees and each was delicious and beautifully presented. The emphasis on fresh, local and seasonal ingredients is evident as well as the discerning attention to detail...More
My second time here while visiting Iceland. The BEST FOOD. I loved the presentation and the added tastes of the herbs that Sveinn collects on his way to work. The desserts are to die for - try the date cake. Thank you so much for...More