Saeta Svinid is in a really cute typical Icelandic building not far from the water. The menu and ambiance are cozy; comfort food, and if you sit outside they will actually bring you a blanket. The fish soup is nice and creamy, and they have really nice waffle fries. Stick to the beer; the wine list isn't much. Foreigners will get sticker shock, but on a chilly, wet day, it's pretty nice.
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