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New In Town: The Marshall House Restaurant

New In Town: The Marshall House Restaurant

Published May 2, 2017

Photos by
Art Bicnick

The opening of this cavernous new art museum in Reykjavík’s harbour area was met with unbridled joy by the city’s culture-loving residents, and now—as if Kling & Bang, NÝLÓ, and an Ólafur Elíasson showroom weren’t enough—there’s another reason for the trip to Grandi. The Marshall House restaurant is open for business, serving Italian-inspired fare with vegetarian dishes, fish and pasta featuring heavily on the menu.

You’re in capable hands: head chef Leifur Kolbeinsson was previously involved with much-loved restaurants La Primavera and Harpa’s Kolabrautin. Don’t forget to peek at the cocktail list (the happy hour is 16:00-18:00 daily, except Thursdays).

Our full interview with Leifur is coming soon.

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