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Restaurante de Frutos do Mar

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106 moradores locais recomendam · Preço estimado 3 de 4 ·

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Heiðrún
Heiðrún
September 18, 2019
High quality fish dishes. The owner is one of our best chefs. I recommend, and I really like the sushi plates.
Ósk
Ósk
August 12, 2019
Excellent fish restaurant, probably the best in Reykjavik. You need to make a reservation.
Hróar
Hróar
July 15, 2019
One of the popular restaurants in Reykjavík and the fish are always brand new.!
Michelle
Michelle
May 31, 2019
My favorite burger and lobster soup
Íris Björk
Íris Björk
March 08, 2019
Very popular restaurant and it has a delicious menu. Quite expensive but worth it :) Recommend to book a table!

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Localização
12 Aðalstræti
Miðborg, 101
Miðborg Reykjavíkur
Telefone+354 578 8877
Status dos horários de funcionamentoAberto · Fecha às 10:30 PM
Reservas
Sim
Cartões de crédito
Sim
Mesas ao ar livre
Não
Wi-Fi
Sim
Menus
Brunch, Almoço, Janta
Bebidas
Beer, Wine, Full Bar
Opções de jantar
No Delivery
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