Don’t let the cutesy house with its lace curtains and antique wood furnishings fool you; this is not your typical village eatery. With its enticing menu and knack for atmosphere, this lively restaurant is popular with tourists -- reservations are a necessity in summer. Fish soup and smoked guillemot with port wine sauce are the perennial house starters, and main courses include Breiðafjörður's famous scallops, grilled with garlic and lemon oil. . All of it will knock your wool socks off. The wine list is small but superb, as is the selection of craft beer, including one with a hint of smoked whale testicle. In between services, coffee and homemade cakes are usually available. Upstairs seating is more relaxed and has better views of the waterfront.