It was a good experience. The food was fine (we had a nice pizza and good fish and chips). The service was fast and really nice. And it was very adorable. In total a really nice place:)
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The food here was truly mediocre, although it is affordable. Our pizza was the equivalent of school cafeteria pizza, and the fish and chips didn't even come with any sauce (not even ketchup, no tartar sauce.) Overall a disappointing meal, but the waitress was very...More
I love the people of Iceland. They are friendly & fun. The night clubs really start hopping after midnight & on Friday & Saturday night, they are open till 4:30.
went there with a couple of friends as it had been recommended as a decent place to eat. Compared to other places in Reykjavik, it is only average. The burgers were ok, the Pizzas must have been deep frozen and the steak only average. Overall...More
Food ok but what really sets this place apart is the service from the 2 bar girls/waitresses Mariya & Milica. Really looked after us from the moment we walked in at about 7pm until we left about 4 hours later! Both attentive without being overbearing....More
Sat outside, really sad service the food was crap! Super slow serice, a long wait and frosen mosarella sticks, bad and bland salad, thinned out dressings, got wrong beers, how can they make bad chicken wings!??? Sad sad sad, eat at cafe paris ir anywhere...More
We were there alot last summer, great pleace to get your tan also during the sunny days :) We were mostly happy with the food and service, and the food did not take that long even if the outside area was full.
We really enjoyed a late lunch in front of the Icelandic parliament house. Service was excellent and the food was very good. The menu has about 20 main items on it and easy to make a choice. We got our selection within 20 minutes on...More
This place is terrible i am a local and i now loot of places to eat here in Reykjavík. Me and my local friend was there last summer and we were having a lunge but it turn out to be a nightmare. they mess up...More
We stumbled upon Thorvaldsen as we got our bearings on our first night in Reykjavik and were drawn in by it's modern but inviting decor and atmosphere. We went for a simple meal of vegetable wrap (akin to a fajita), nachos and onion soup and...More