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Café Loki

Café Loki

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Published January 1, 2015

Café Loki is not only a place where one can try all of Iceland’s weird and wacky foodstuffs, as well as some decidedly delicious, unweird dishes. It’s also a great little café that locals love to frequent as well as a welcoming place for tourists.

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