Find out what Asian restaurants to try in Hafnarfjordur including Ban Kunn, Noodle Station, Tuk Tuk thai, Shanghai Restaurant, Osushi, Dong Huang, Austur-Indiafjelagid, Gandhi Indian Restaurant, Nudluskalin
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4 based on 289 reviews
We were looking for a relatively inexpensive meal to eat on our first night in Reykjavik when we came across this noodle shop. We thought we would give it a try as the place seemed to be fairly busy and the smell when you walk into the restaurant is amazing!Now look - maybe my wife and I chose the two worst dishes on the menu, but mine lacked taste and soup (which is strange for a noodle SOUP) and my wife thought hers was really bad. I was so hungry that I ate all of mine swallowing it down like camp rations and my wife ate about half of hers. I usually take her food and finish it as I'm sure most husbands do, but not in this case.I am only giving my opinion of the food I tasted so I can't comment on the entire menu - however it wasn't so extensive that there was bound to be 'stinkers'.Other than that the restaurant is clean and the service is quick.
4 based on 305 reviews
Gandhi the Indian restaurant is situated on the ground floor at Posthusstraeti 17 in the center of Reykjavik. The restaurant is small and romantic with an authentic, yet subtle, Indian atmosphere.
We chose Gandhi over the other Indian restaurant in Reykjavik that we heard of (Austur) because of it proximity to our hotel (Borg). The pricing at both based on menu reviews was high compared with even the priciest US Indian restaurants including about $12 for Pamadums which I thought were usually free. The restaurant is warm and inviting, in the basement of a building. The staff of seemingly two including the owner (I think) was a bit overwhelmed. Service slow. They brought one cold and one warm bottle of beer. Pampadums were not that tasty and a bit soft. The dishes were smaller than usual and my Chicken Tikka Masala ($32) was ok but the sauce too thick and a bit strange with chucks of vegetables. They were out of Prawns. We wonât return.
4 based on 517 reviews
There are indeed no words to describe this beautiful Indian restaurant in Reykjavik. Every aspect of the restaurant was spectacular, and the hospitality of the staff just makes you want to return every time for yet another lip-smacking curry and Naan.Let's start with food. Absolutely flawless food and the chefs prepare every single dish individually, suited to your taste buds. In fact, one of my family members was allergic to any sort of spice, so the chef prepared special dishes to suit our needs, without compromising on taste.Coming to hospitality, every single waiter and waitress were extremely courteous and left no stone unturned in making your experience even more pleasant. Special mention to the owner of the restaurant who herself served us and took care of our needs more than adequately.Last but certainly not least, the decor of this place was fabulous. The art pieces on the wall, the curtains and other elements of interior design really made the patrons get a taste of India. In fact, I haven't seen places in India that have managed to capture such an authentic essence of India.Highly recommend this to anyone visting Reykjavik, even for a day!!
2 based on 14 reviews
Food was tasteless and heated in the microwave. Expensive and not really very welcoming. There was one other person eating when we were there, he came after us. He sat throughout his meal on speaker phone having a very loud conversation and nobody thought it worth telling him to stop.
Be sure to enjoy the fun dining experience of a Japanese style restaurant with fresh Icelandic seafood and various meat plates. OSUSHI is located in HafnarfjÃ¶rÃ°ur. Be prepared to be mesmerized by the desirable selection of dishes on the conveyor belt. OSU
Sushi from a moving belt. The fish is fresh, though the tuna tartare was not very tender. All in all the sushi was good and the pricing is very fair compared to the standard in ReykjavÃk. The salted caramel desert is just sweet and sugary and cannot be recommended. The staff was a bit overtaxed forgetting our drink order but for a quick sushi bite the place is ok.
Went there with my disabled son who desperately neated to use the restroom. He canât walk so I needed to hold him upright. Long story short, we were refused to use the restroom. This is the first time ever this has happened to us! I will never enter this restaurant again.
4 based on 24 reviews
Restaurant in downtown Hafnarfjordur. Tuk Tuk thai offers delicious Thai dishes at attractive prices.
... you guys really need to work on you service mind. I have been here three times with my familly. All three times the way the staff behaves when questions are asked or when it is pointed out that you have made a mistake is just not acceptable. 5 for the food, 1 for the service mind equals 3. Three strikes out, you have lost a customer.
4 based on 46 reviews
This is the go-to-place for my family when we don't know what to eat. Very good and it never fails. One of the cheapest place in iceland.The three courses on the menu is sufficient as there is no need to complicate things when they work as well as this.
4 based on 90 reviews
BAN KUNN offers all the traditional thai food and various specialties. It is also a great selection of drinks available; fruit juices, soda, coffee, beer, wine and spirits. Thai food culture is rich in tradition and known for using only fresh ingredients
It is kind of cheap and if you order from the buffet you get quite large amount of food. Only negative part is that everything tastes similar. It seems quite popular.
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