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Fjalakötturinn

Fjalakötturinn

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Published February 25, 2009

Fjalakotturinn, which means “the cat on the boards,” (boards as in theatre), stands on the oldest street in Reykjavík. Fjalakötturinn is a formal, minimalist restaurant where the staff of women dress in artful dark trousers and jackets while a sommelier tends a huge and well-considered wine selection. The only art is huge photographs of turn-of-the-century Reykjavík; the menu is innovative Icelandic.
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Food review: Fjalakötturinn review 06/10/2007

  • Address: Aðalstræti 16, 101 Reykjavík
  • Phone: (+354) 514 6060
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