Icelandic Fish & Chips
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Icelandic Fish & Chips information
Pick your fish, and voilà, spelt-batter fried it becomes. Pair it with local beer, organic salads (Ikr750to Ikr950) and ‘Skyronnaises’ – skyr -based sauces (eg rosemary or green apple; Ikr280) that add a zing to this most traditional of dishes.