Icelandic cuisine

An introduction to Icelandic cuisine:

  • dried fish with butter – a traditional Icelandic snack,
  • smoked lamb carpaccio with blueberries,
  • deep fried camembert with blueberry jam,
  • seafood soup – langoustine, scallops and salmon,
  • fish and chips – deep fried cod and tartar sauce,
  • traditional Icelandic plokkari (onion, milk, potato, cod),
  • baked fillet of Arctic char,
  • Icelandic lamb,
  • Þorskhnakki / thorskhnakki (cod),
  • saltfiskhnakki (salted cod),
  • baked salmon,
  • smoked salmon open sandwich,
  • lobster pizza.

Restaurants:

Uppsalir Bar & Café – Aðalstræti 16, 101 Reykjavík, Capital Region

Reykjavik Fish Restaurant – Tryggvagata 8, 101, 101 Reykjavík, Capital Region

Eldstó Art Cafe / Restaurant – Austurvegur 2, 860 Hvolsvöllur, Southern Region

Adventure Hotel Hof Restaurant – Hof 1, Eastern Region

Salt Café & Bistró – Miðvangi 2, 700 Egilsstöðum, Eastern Region

Skúlagarður Hotel Restaurant – Skúlagarður, 671 Ásbyrgi, Northeastern Region

Nord Restaurant – Keflavík International Airport, Keflavík, Southern Peninsula Region



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