There are so many places to eat in Iceland and they are all fully booked. We went to Kol, the design concept is a mixture of warm modern Icelandic feel with international touch wherein furniture of designer Tom Dixon play the main role. The restaurants is on two floors with an open kitchen and a wieldy bar. The restaurant is divided into spaces with cozy leather couches and has a variety of different table settings.
The cuisine is feel good comfort food with a twist on classic cuisine. The menu offers a variety of finger food, salads, fish, steaks and desserts. The head chefs, Einar Hjaltason and Kári Þorsteinsson have gathered over 20 years of experience at Reykjavík‘s best restaurants as well as working at several known restaurants in Europe, Le Manoir Aux Quat’ Saisons, Dabbous, Noma, 28/50 and Texture.
The restaurant centers around a bar where the country‘s best cocktail bartenders serve craft cocktails from the best ingredients available and are offering an ambitious cocktail list.
The food was divine, as it focuses on the flavours and the cod was delicious!