Gló Street Food
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After making Reykjavík's residents fall in love with the raw dishes and other delicacies offered at her Gló restaurants, Solla (a.k.a Sólveig Eiríksdóttir, Iceland's guru of healthy eating) branched out into her newest venture, giving people on the go a chance to taste her delicious recipes.
Gló Street Food gives people the chance to make their own meal, get a delicious, nutrient-rich burger (vegan or beef), or a soup of the day. Everyone should be able to find something to suit their own tastes, whether they're vegan, vegetarian or omnivores.
Gló street Food offers its patrons the chance to make their own meal in the form of the Bowl. You choose your own basic ingredients, salad, proteins, dressings and toppings to make your perfectly proportioned meal, according to your preferences, dietary restrictions, and taste. Not only is it a great place for vegans, vegetarians, and raw eaters, but it's also the perfect place to bring along the picky eaters and omnivores in your life!
Engjateigur 19 and Fákafen 11. At then Fákafen location, you'll also find the Gló market, containing everything you need for the health-conscious chef, as well as a juice bar, serving up colourful liquid goodness, filled with the vitamins and energy you need for the day!
Gló Street Food has two locations
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