Sjávargrillið

Sjávargrillið

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Published May 17, 2011

Whether you’re a native Icelander or a tourist, Sjávargrillið will give
you the upscale traditional  Icelandic food experience you’re looking
for. Their simple, straightforward menu won’t overwhelm a first timer, nor
will it annoy a native with unnecessary frills. Gustav Gunnlaugsson,
Icelandic chef of the year in 2010 and head chef at Sjávargrillið,
knowns what he’s doing. Expect Icelandic specialities such as minke
whale, arctic shark and cod on the menu, a jovial, knowledgeable staff
and pleasant outside seating with a view of Hallgrímskirkja. VS



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