The Sea Baron
The Best is for the Bold The Sea Baron's Fish Meals attract visitors from all over the world Iceland has a number of unusual and different foods. Many of them have their roots in seafaring history. The Vikings came up with many novel ways of preserving their foods and their traditions continue to this day. Some of these foods sound unappealing, to say the least, when you first hear about them and it takes the adventurous soul to step out and try them. Iceland is for the adventurous and they reap the benefits of the brave. The timid stick to burgers! A True Fisherman A former fisherman and Coast Guard chef, Kjartan Halldórsson, also known as the Sea Baron, is the master of the unusual fish dishes. His lobster soup, for example, has gained fame around the world, earning it the title of 'the world's greatest lobster soup'. Understandably, he doesn't reveal the secrets of his recipe but that doesn't stop his restaurant from being filled every day with afficianados. He entered the restaurant business by chance. One day, when standing by his boxes of fish, still packed in ice, a group of foreign visitors asked if he could prepare the fish for them. Quick to spot a new opportunity, he ran to the nearest shop to buy a grill—and was in business!. His visitors were invited to dine in his shop in this improbable restaurant. Word very quickly spread and soon he was shifting his boxes out of the way to make room for tables and chairs. He took the unusual and created delicious meals
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