Best Sushi in Iceland (has Kimchi, too)
Ethnic (& Regional) Foods/Restaurants Food Restaurants Tourism
Best Sushi in Iceland (has Kimchi, too)
We ate at this sushi restaurant in the lovely, out of the way village of Seydisfjordur last week. The sushi was great, made from the daily local catch of North Atlantic fish you don't often see in American sushi places. K-bar, the popular Korean restaurant in Reykjavik, was closed for renovations, so we were disappointed because we love Korean food and needed a fix. Luckily, Noro Austur serves a decent kimchi, albeit a bit peppery and not garlicky enough for our tastes. All in all, though, a wonderful dining experience was had, and the serving staff was super friendly.
Publication date Jun 24, 2018
Property ID: 10630
Updated on: Jun 25, 2019
We ate at this sushi restaurant in the lovely, out of the way village of Seydisfjordur last week. The sushi was great, made from the daily local catch of North Atlantic fish you don't often see in American sushi places. K-bar, the popular Korean restaurant in Reykjavik, was closed for renovations, so we were disappointed because we love Korean food and needed a fix. Luckily, Noro Austur serves a decent kimchi, albeit a bit peppery and not garlicky enough for our tastes. All in all, though, a wonderful dining experience was had, and the serving staff was super friendly.

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Location:
Noro Austur , Nordurgata 2, Seydisfjordur, Iceland, 710
Listing Category:
Ethnic (& Regional) Foods/Restaurants Food Restaurants Tourism
Virtual / Real:
Virtual
Created Date:
06-24-2018
Created by
plaquemaster
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