If you go to Reykjavik you have to have the lobster soup here at least once. Total hole in the wall place down on the harbour, with communal tables (you sit on old beer kegs with cushions). For $12 get the lobster soup and a Gull beer and you've got the best of Iceland in front of you. They provide lots of fresh sourdough bread to mop up your soup so it makes for a reasonably filling and very cheap meal. Soup was full of big lobster chunks and had great flavour. They put a lot of care into making their broth. You can also get fresh fish skewers, but they were expensive (around $18-$20 each) and although they looked good, we heard people saying they weren't great. So go for the soup, and then stop at the hot dog stand down the road like we did if you're still a bit hungry afterwards.
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