We stopped in here for lunch after a walk down on the trail from the Northern Light Inn. Bryggjan is Icelandic for Pier and you are right in the heart of the working harbour.
This is a fascinating place. The soup is was rich and tasty in a setting that is quaint but not in the slightest bit twee. You get a big bowl of soup with chunks of langoustine in the scrummiest of liquor plus a big basket of bread. If the price seems initially steep (and it is hard to adjust to spending thousands of krona!) then do bear in mind you can get a free refill with further bread. The same goes for the coffee even though the price of coffee was closer to British prices.
We came back for a further coffee after a walk to Hopsnes Lighthouse and the lady who served us called the Northern Lights Inn to come and collect us. She was very friendly. I whiled away a few minutes using google translate to work out the poetry on the outside post.
There is plenty to take in at this lovely place
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