Fiskfelagid was built in a 19th-century store building and is cozily elegant. The food is influenced by cuisines all over the world but uses local fish, lamb, and cheese. They really do fish very well. However, it is a very busy restaurant so book well in advance. The waitstaff tries its best but doesn't always hit the mark you would expect with a really expensive place.
Kolaportið is Iceland's only flea market. It takes place indoors close to the harbour of the ... Read more