Happy hour was more popular than the restaurant but I enjoyed a wonderfully cooked meal of Arctic char with red pepper sauce with asparagus and cauliflower. Excellent service. Definitely worth a visit.
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I was at Kitchen and Wine with my boyfriend. The place was totally empty (not a good indicator). The service was fast I would even say too fast (it was almost like they were just warming the food that was already prepared). We had lobsters...More
Buried in the 101 Hotel is a restaurant that is unknown to nearly everyone I have met in Reykjavik. It is a gem. Centered by a very long black bar with attractive white bar stools on both sides, this relatively small restaurant is anchored at...More
The service sucked...the waiter showed us no attention and we had to wait very long for service and our food. To make matters worse, the waiter was probably distracted by the far-too-loud music, and he did not hear our order properly... the main dish never...More
This restaurant was in a hotel just off the main shopping street. It seemed very new and not very well known since we were virtually alone dining there. That said, the food was outstanding! There were three of us. One of us ordered the lobster...More
The place as a very simple yet great menu; lobster pasta, grilled burger and even steaks. Great variety of Champagne and very nice atmosphere on weekends.
The ambience is very relaxed chic and the cocktails are very good, the only reason I didn't rate a 5 is because the bar service was a bit slow and it was a very quiet night
Thank you for the review, you´r right the service should not be slow on a quiet night, we will make sure to fix that :)
Went there last weekend, not so busy. Great atmosphere and lovely decor. We had the baked brie for a starter which was surprisingly tasty. For main dish I had the lobster pasta, and I have to admit since lobster is my favorite that this was...More