Nings - Reykjavik
Anything you get with dragon sauce is sure to please!
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Nings is a restaurant chain in Reykjavik that all Icelanders are familiar with. The place has been operated in Iceland for many years, and they are known for their freshly prepared oriental food, friendly service and healthy choices. It's mainly a take away/delivery place but all three restaurants in Kopavogur, Gravarvogur and Reykjavik also offer seating in comfortable and simple surroundings. The menu mostly consists of standard Westernised Chinese dishes, tasty and affordable. Those are only a few of the reasons for the lasting popularity of Nings among Icelanders.
The menu is very diverse, so everyone should be able to find something to their liking. Fish, spring rolls, noodles, rice, pork, chicken, duck, lamb, beef, sushi, tofu and health courses can all be found on the menu. Combo meals for 2 or more people should be an ideal choice for groups. For example, the special offer for 4 or more persons includes deep fried shrimps with sweet and sour sauce, pork in orly dough with vegetables and plum sauce, chicken with cashew nuts in dragon sauce, wok fried curry noodles with chicken, edamame beans, vegetables and sesame seeds. This oriental feast comes at the low price of 1690ISK.
The health courses, all around 100 calories per 100g. Are highly popular and tasty choices for athletic people or those who are watching their weight. The grilled chicken breasts with brown rice, eggs and vegetables and the wakame salad with chicken and vegetables are both nourishing and reasonably priced dishes that won't dwell on your conscience.
Give one of the first oriental restaurants in Reykjavik a try - Nings is consistantly tasty, inexpensive and satisfying.
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