Set in an old, Icelandic-style wooden house from 1845, "Lækjarbrekka" always has some traditional food on its menu. Since the restaurant opened in 1981, the focal point has always been on the classical cuisine. The atmosphere is "fancy," but in an Icelandic, old-school sort of way.
“Great place for seafood. In Iceland you should eat fish and lamb. That's the best raw material the chiefs in Iceland can use and should excel at preparing. $$$”
“Excellent food, enjoyable atmosphere and convenient location. Their Caesar salad is delicious. Service is excellent.”