Iceland is renowned for fishing so it is a must to savour some of the fresh fish by the old harbour. The Reyjkavik Fish Restaurant is in the Old Harbour area. It’s a nautically themed and the breaded cod and chips are the gem on the menu. The batter was light and crispy and the meal itself hearty. The fish is freshly caught. Sometimes simple fish and chips is all you need. It’s quite casual and great for groups to relax, at the end of a day of exploration in Iceland.Fish Restaurant, Ingolfsstraeti 8, & Skolavoroustig 23, Reykjavik 101, Iceland
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