Reykjavík has an astonishing variety of restaurants comprising of both ethnic styles from around the world and also cuisine native to Iceland. As anyone who has experienced Icelandic cuisine will tell you, the food served in Icelandic homes and restaurants is excellent. Iceland’s two main strong resources in terms of food are the fish and the lamb. The Icelandic lamb spends the summer in the wild, feeding off herbs and grasses and clear water and is without doubt the best lamb you have ever tasted. Don't miss that! The fish in Iceland is fresh and the restaurants put their pride in preparing delicious fish and shellfish dishes. If you are staying in the summertime many restaurants offer a feast of lobsters for reasonable prices. That's a good choice. On the list to your left are the Icelandic restaurants we recommend.
Restaurant of the month
Fusion at its very best
The seafood cellar, located in the oldest cellar in reykjavík, is one of the city's newest and most exciting restaurants. It has only recently been opened and is already known for itsinventive cooking and cheeky presentation. the main emphasis is on fusion cooking where international culinary trends are made to meet each other and the outcome is adventurous to say the least. fish in all different variations is at the forefront of the menu but just as appetizing are the lamb and vegetarian options on offer.
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All the main Restaurant in Iceland broken down to catagories