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Látrabjarg Peninsula -- The restaurant at Hotel Breiðavík is open daily in summer, with soup and bread starting at noon, cakes and waffles at tea time, and, from 7 to 9pm, a tasty, down-home set dinner menu for around 4,800kr; reservations are advised. Hótel Látrabjarg also serves dinner by advance request. Egils Ólafsson Folk Museum has a cafe, and the cafe Völlurinn (no telephone; hours vary) is at the small airfield along Route 612, about 10km (6 miles) from Route 62. See also Kaffihús Rauðasandi in Rauðisandur.

Patreksfjörður & Bíldudalur -- In Patreksfjörður, Söluturninn Albína, Aðalstræti 89 (tel. 456-1667), has snacks and fast food, while Eyrar, Aðalstræti 8 (tel. 456-4565; Mon-Fri 9am-6pm), is the resident cafe and bakery. Patreksfjörður and Tálknafjörður each have a restaurant on the standard small-town Icelandic model: burgers, pizzas, sandwiches, plus a handful of fish, lamb, and pasta plates. The nod goes to the well-priced Þorpið, Aðalstræti 73, Patreksfjörður (tel. 456-1295; main courses 1,20kr-2,600kr; June-Sept 15 Mon-Fri 11am-9pm, Sat-Sun 12:30-9pm; Sept 16-May 31 daily 11am-2pm and 6-9pm), followed by Hópið, Hrafnadalsvegur in Tálknafjörður (tel. 456-2777; main courses 1,000kr-3,500kr/$16-$56/£8-£28; MC, V; Mon-Wed noon-10pm, Thurs-Sun noon-11pm). Vegamót/Siggi Ben, Route 619 in Bíldudalur (tel. 456-2144; MC, V; mid-June to Aug Mon-Fri 9am-10pm, Sat-Sun 10am-10pm; Sept to mid-June daily 11am-8pm), serves lighter fare; the most expensive item on the menu is an overloaded pizza for 1,730kr ($28/£14).

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