$30 for an entree and $50 for a main? Sure. That's standard.
Anyway there's street food to find (whether from booths or actual sit-downs) and this place is one of them. They serve soup in a bread bowl with unlimited refills. And the staff aren't disgruntled about overzealous drinkers - they refill happily and if your bread bowl is near death or destruction then the refill comes in a bowl. Simple.
- Traditional lamb soup in a bread bowl ISK1890 - a deeply heartening soup with strong salty flavours and tender soft chunks of lamb. Truly lovely;
- Shellfish soup in a bread bowl ISK1890 - a creamy bisque with tiny prawns and lucky pieces of soft scallops. A complete different flavour to the lamb (obviously) but equivalently excellent;
- Fisherman's fav ISK2000 - I'm not sure if they offer free refills of this but you can get more bread. The rye slices were unusually sweet - perhaps that's how they have it here. The actual dish is a mash of cod and potato. It's alright but the soups are better (and cheaper).
It's easy to see why people flock here in the humidity to fill themselves with soup. There is also some little chocolate pastries, chocolate lollies and some licorice to finish for free.