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Varmahlíð

The N1 gas station on the Ring Road, open daily to 9pm, is a step up from the usual pit-stop cafeteria, with lamb chops and fish dishes as well as burgers and hot dogs.

Saudðárkrókur

Fosshótel Áning, listed above, also has a good restaurant open June through August from 6 to 9pm. The bakery, Sauðárkróksbakari, Aðalgata 5 (tel. 455-5000; Jun-Aug 7am-6pm, Sept-May 8am-4pm), is perfect for breakfast, a soup and sandwich lunch, or a pastry: try the chocolate cake with coconut sprinkles.

Hofsós & Nearby

Within the village, your choices are Solvík (tel. 453-7930; May 20-Aug daily 10am-10pm) a pleasant, summer-only restaurant-cafe next to the Emigration Center museum, and Sigtún, Suðurbraut 6 (tel. 453-7393; May 20-Aug daily 6-11pm; Sept-May 19 daily 6-9pm), a restaurant-bar with a basic array of burgers, fish, and lamb.

Siglufjörður

The bakery Aðalbakari, Aðalgata 36 (tel. 467-1720; MC, V; daily 7am-5pm), serves breakfast and lunch, with sandwiches, pastries, and cakes. Pizza 67, Aðalgata 32 (tel. 467-2323; AE, DC, MC, V; daily 5-9pm) is a fun Reykjavík-based chain that also serves salads, burgers, fish, and lasagna. The movie-themed Bíó Café, Aðalgata 30 (tel. 467-1111; MC, V. June-Aug daily 11am-9pm; Sept-May noon-2pm and 5-9pm), has well-priced pizza, burgers, fish, and lamb, and is also the best local bar.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.