The only reason you’ll ever dine here is if you are staying at the hotel or passing through on your way to or from the pool at Krossneslaug, but it’s still one of the better dining options in the region during the summer. In summer the hotel's restaurant stays open all day, but lunch is restricted to light meals -- say, fish soup, a sandwich, and cake -- and dinner is a simple choice between lamb and fish. The food says "home cooking" more than "fine dining;" but out in Strandir, it hits the spot. Some of the recipes have been passed down through the house or are just all around home-cooked classics, like their fish soup, while others have touches of Asia or the Mediterranean. Toward the end of summer, ask for the skyr with freshly picked berries. Call ahead so they know you're coming.