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Icelandic Cuisine in NYC

D'roc Hendrickson | Jun 7, 200610:11 AM     13

This is my first post, so I apologize in advance if I make all sorts of errors.

I just returned from a fantastic weekend in Iceland and am dying to know where in New York City (or surrounding boroughs or other areas) I can enjoy authentic Iceland cuisine. Someone mentioned the Scandanavian House and Aquavit, but both cater more to the Nordic countries like Sweden and Norway, than Iceland.

Iceland foods include cod, monkfish, lobster tail, flounder, puffin & lamb.

Any assistance or suggestions would be most welcomed!

Looking forward to the feedback!

D'roc Hendrickson

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