Sakebarinn - Reykjavik
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It's not just the prime central location that makes Sakebarinn the perfect place for dinner in 101, but also the quality and freshness of the sushi. Even though you've tasted sushi all over the world you will be really impressed with the quality of sushi at Sakebarinn. Located above Sushibarinn, another great sushi restaurant, Sakebarinn offers a bigger menu and bigger space.
The menu consists of starters, nigiri, uramaki (inside out rolls), sashimi, sticks, futomaki (big rolls), meat dishes, gunkan and hosomaki (small rolls) and desserts. The nigiri pieces on the menu are quite varied, you can choose from tuna, salmon, red fish, arctic char, tiger shrimp, unagi, scallop, octopus, makerel, sweet shrimp, minke whale, horse and beef.
The best way to experience the best of the sushi at Sakebarinn is to try one of their combinations. Try the Best for One, a thirteen piece mix for those who'd like to try something new. They even have sushi for pregnant women, thirteen pieces with vegetables and cooked seafood with no raw fish or meat. If you have a hard time choosing what to have, the roll of the week is usually a solid bet.
The greatest thing about Sakebarinn is that even though they offer traditional sushi, they also have options on the menu that you probably haven't seen anywhere else in the world, they're always full of pleasant surprises. For food that is healthy and light in a beautiful environment, make sure to visit Sake barinn during your stay in Iceland.
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