The Grill Market

The Grill Market

Published January 1, 2015

Grillmarkaðurinn (The Grill Market) is renowned chef Hrefna Rósa Sætran’s latest culinary venture (you might recognise her from Fish Market). With a specially crafted grill made to withstand extreme heat, Hrefna and team serve up juicy Icelandic dishes to the carnivore’s delight. Since opening for business in the summer of 2011, GrillMarket has continually enhanced the quality of life for Reykjavík foodies.

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