After reading reviews we went to try the tasting portions of traditional Icelandic food, the Hakarl, mashed fish, picked herrings, dry fish with butter, lamb pate, stew and stuff. Great to try without it costing a fortune. Little samples of hakarl are all you need, I would have hated to order if for dinner in a restaurant. Fabulous view of the church too. The rye bread ice cream was delicious!
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