- Cuisines: Scandinavian, Local Traditional
You've come all this way and want to try "real Icelandic food" -- a rather fleeting concept, but odds are this is your place. Tables are packed cozily together, and nautical miscellany clutters the walls. The menu closely follows the seasons, so the selections of fish and seabirds are there for good reason. This may be the time to sample puffin, cormorant, or whale (sushi or steak), if your conscience allows. The hashed fish with traditional, cakey Icelandic brown bread is a popular favorite, though we preferred the fantastic butter-fried halibut with lobster and lobster sauce. Presentation and the wine list are afterthoughts, but service is fast.
- © Frommer's 2013
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