Nice lunch buffet with good variety of food. Well worth a visit. A bit expensive but you'll leave full. One of the oldest restaurants in Iceland.
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Total failure. Bad meat. Sloppy buffet. Sour berneas souce Bad atmosphere between staff as I entered the buffet I walked into argument between the waitress and the cooks. Maybe the oldest restaurant in town but it should be put out of its misery.
We enjoyed our meal at Askur, a five minute walk from Hilton. The salad bar had a decent selection and good dressings. We both got pasta dishes. The carbonara sauce was very good. The red sauce not so much. The wait staff seemed more attentive...More
Askur was recommended by one of the staff at the Reykjavik Lights hotel where we were staying. It did not disappoint. I got the soup and salad bar as a meal and it was outstanding. The onion soup was hot and Delicious. They varied pasta...More
Very, very average. But the price is high for such mediocrity. Had to ask for fresh chips as the ones supplied were soggy. I expect a lot more for the price. They do serve horse if that interests you - for about £40, though I...More
Went here twice during a recent stay in Iceland. Very busy both nights but had minimal waits for a table each time. Seemed popular with locals as well. Service very good. Tried the steak sandwich, fish of the day, lamb, and the hamburgers. All were...More
The restaurant was first rate: facilities modern, clean, excellent condition. The staff was friendly and went above and beyond in assuring an excellent dining experience. The general manager was always within earshot assuring excellent customer service. We went twice: Sunday offers a delicious grilled meat...More
We were staying at the Grand Hotel so popped in for dinner one night as the prices didn't look too outrageous. It seems to be positioned as an American style restaurant. The food was good, tasty and there seemed a fair choice of items. We...More