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What I Tasted in Iceland [Icelandic Food]

 

I won’t elaborate too much on how good the food was in Iceland. But here are the places we tried and in LOVE with:

These Hot Dogs at Baejarins Beztu Pylsur were all the rage in Iceland. We were told multiple times to try it. I think it tasted like an enhanced IKEA 75 cent hot dog with extra sauce. But there was a huge line up for these (tourist trap?). It’s a must do in Iceland

Long line for Hot Dog Baejarins Beztu Pylsur

The absolute best Lobster soup I’ve ever had at the Sea Baron (Sægreifinn). They catch everything fresh during the day and serve it as a meal in a small shack type restaurant. It’s about a 30 minute wait to get your order in and the seating situation is tough. Try and go early

Sea Baron (Sægreifinn). They catch everything fresh during the day, grill it up and serve it as a meal in a small shack type restaurant. You have so many options to chose from. We tried fish we haven’t had before. They cooked it medium well. It was super fresh. It’s about a 30 minute wait to get your order in and the seating situation is tough. Try and go early

Sea Baron (Sægreifinn)

Sea Baron (Sægreifinn).

Fridheimar Tomato Farm – unlimited Tomato Soup and fresh bread

 

Kaffi Duus – ran by a sweet Indian woman who migrated to Iceland. She cooks up fresh seafood dishes with Indian spices. This was amazing. Fish Curry with Grilled Vegetables

 

Tryggvaskáli Restaurant

 

Tryggvaskáli Restaurant

 

Lobster Pasta at Rauða Húsið restaurant

Check out my blog post on my trip to Iceland: My Love Affair with Iceland

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