Marshall house is a famous house in Iceland, was build for American money after second world war. The name comes from the Marshall Plan, a post-World War II economic recovery package from which Iceland received generous development funds, used to build this former fish meal factory. Now there are some workshops there, Ólafur Elíason, Kling and Bang and the Living Art Museum.
We tasted the RAW SCALLOPS FROM BREIÐAFJÖRÐUR WITH OLIVE OIL, LEMON AND BLACK RADISH, GULL CHEESE, WALNUTS AND TRUFFLE HONEY and PROSCIUTTO ON ROASTED BREAD WITH GOAT CHEESE SAUCE.
All dishes were good in my opinion the scallop were the best.
For the main we tried TAGLIOLINI WITH ‘NDUJA, SHELLFISH AND CREAM CHEESE, DEEP FRIED PIZZA WITH MOZZARELLA, ARTICHOKE AND RUCOLA and BEEF ENTRECÔTE WITH FRENCH FRIES AND SALSA VERDE.
The pizza was interesting, the bread was deep fried but the topping very fresh. The pasta was good, a bit spicy. The entrecote was good and the fries were the best I have had in a long time. Very strange that the waiter did not ask how we like it cooked.
We had the CHOCOLATE CAKE WITH CREAM, well the cake came with an excellent ice cream. The cake was a bit dry and was missing a little sweetness.
Overall a nice dinner......
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