A true find!

Like some of the other reviewers, we came across Gott as we wandered around the capital. The staff was friendly, the food was fresh and yummy! My husband got the spicy wrap and I got the Italian wrap- both had an amazing blend of flavours! Loved the sweet potato. Reasonably priced for dinner. Would highly recommend.


An Incredible Find in Vestmannaeyjar

5 of 5 starsReviewed November 28, 2015 via mobile

For this Floridian to say this is some of the freshest, finest and most delicious fish I ever tasted speaks volumes. Small and quaint, a locals favorite and no wonder why. I took several business clients there... some of whom do NOT eat fish (too fishy they say). Now they love to eat fish... but only at Gotts. Super clean kitchen, lovely staff and come as your are. Arrive early, sometimes they run out of fresh catch of the day early... yep, it's that popular and very reasonably priced.

Visited November 2015

Great food on a snowy day

5 of 5 starsReviewed November 23, 2015

Great warming soup and wrap to warm you up when caught in a blizzard and waiting for the ferry. Great sound track too. Would highly recommend.

Visited November 2015

Good food and great service

5 of 5 starsReviewed November 8, 2015

The food was good and very full plates so no one should go hungry away from dining and the waiters were very nice .

Visited June 2015


5 of 5 starsReviewed November 5, 2015

Once we discovered Goot for lunch, there was no second thinking as where we would go for diner! So we ate there twice in the same day. The food is flavoury. I had a burger (cant recal ever having a better burger then this one) and the truffle pasta later on. Both were verry good at a really decent price for Iceland. The bread was so good that we asked the receipee. The extra friendly Chef Siggy wrote it down for us.
We reconised his face later on cook book cover. He seem to be a star chef!

  • Visited October 2015