Featured in all the guide books and visited by Anthony Bourdain on a recent "No Reservations" TV epidode.
It is a VERY popular hot dog stand in central Reykjavík, right near the harbor and concert hall. Open since 1937 and staffed by an older woman and helper. All they sell are hot dogs and drinks.
We have heard that most Icelanders have eaten here and return regularly. It is a small stand with a picnic table or two nearby. Most customers just hang out leaning on their cars. It is always busy but the line moves quickly.
Bill Clinton, former president of the United States, ate here - supposedly right before his heart attack.
A hot dog costs ~300 ISK (equivalent to US$2.50) Your choice of condiments include ketchup, mustard, fried onion, raw onion, and remolaði, a mayonnaise-based sauce with sweet relish. Hot dogs are usually ordered with "the works," i.e., all condiments, or "eina með öllu".
Website is bbp.is
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