A Reykjavik Must for Seafood Chowders and Authenticity
Even in summer, Iceland
is cold enough for warm soup. The food and hospitality draws locals and tourists to Sægreifinn, which means Sea Barron, and the retired fisherman who runs the place is almost always there, greeting people and chatting. Minke whale, putrefied shark, and a few other Icelandic originals are available—though eating whale is controversial even in Iceland.