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Fish Market - Fiskmarkadurinn - Reykjavik

Fish Market is very central, so it's ideal to take a walk around the city pond after your meal.

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Fiskmarkadurinn (Fish Market) is a top quality seafood restaurant, located in one of the oldest buildings in central Reykjavik. It was founded by Icelandic culinary team member Hrefna Rósa Sætran in 2007. Fish Market strives to provide original  dishes with an Asian influence, using only the freshest ingredients Iceland has to offer each season. They buy their produce directly from farmers and fishermen, thereby guaranteeing sustainability as well as a top-quality culinary experience for the customer.

The Robata Grill is Fish Market's specialty and the only one in Iceland. It uses high-quality Japanese charcoal that produces 1,200°C heat without smoke, double the heat of normal charcoal. The food on the Robata grill is quick fried, so it does not produce fumes or smoke. It sears in the juices and flavours while keeping the fish or meat tender.

located on the floor below the dining area is the Raw Bar, where diners can watch the chefs create exotic dishes while indulging in delicious sushi and sashimi. The regular menu is also available at the Raw Bar. 

The bar offers a wide selection of cocktails, champagne, sake, and wines, and they only use premium spirits, fresh ingredients, and the highest quality products for their cocktails. Making reservations for dinner at Fish Market is recommended, but you don't have to make a reservation to enjoy the bar. You can drop by there at any time, sip yummy cocktails and sample small dishes from the menu. Fish Market is also ideal for groups of all sizes. 

Fish Market has been well received by critics, both locally and overseas, and has been featured in internationally known magazines such as the Condé Nast Traveler, NY times and the Food and Wine Go List 2008. Don't let the opportunity to eat at one of Iceland's distinguished restaurants pass you by.

Fish Market - Fiskmarkadurinn

Fish Market - Fiskmarkadurinn

Fish Market - Fiskmarkadurinn

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