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Consider stocking up at Egilsstaðir's supermarkets before heading to Borgarfjörður Eystri, since Bakkagerði has few dining options, all accommodations have guest kitchens, and food must be brought in to mountain huts. From June through August, the community center Fjarðarborg offers passable burgers, soup, sandwiches, vegetable pitas, lamb chops, and fried fish from 11am to 8pm daily. No main courses exceed 1,650kr ($26/£13). Álfasteinn has a limited cafe, serving drinks, snack food, and 850kr ($14/£7) servings of tasty fish soup with traditional Icelandic brown-rye flatbread.

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