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Kryddlegin Hjörtu

Kryddlegin Hjörtu

Published January 1, 2015

Kryddlegin Hjörtu is a cosy restaurant that offers plenty of healthy options, including a salad and soup buffet. Swing by if you’re starting to feel guilty for all of those hot dogs and want more wholesome and nutritious food. Make sure not to miss out on their on-location baked bread.

• Address: Hverfisgata 33

• Phone: 588 8818

• Website: http://www.kryddleginhjortu.is/

• Facebook: Kryddlegin Hjörtu

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