Hot Dog Joint
Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur
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A very famous hot dog booth where former president Bill Clinton got an Icelandic hot dog. They are the best in town. I recommend having a hot dog with everything, that is chopped onion, fried onion, mustard, ketchup and "remolaði" which is a mayonnaise based sauce with relish.
Most famous hot dog stand in Iceland. Many famous people have stopped by there for a one or two hot dogs. Bill Clinton was one of them..
Our best hot dogs. Bill Clinton had one, with mustard only, right before the heart attack.
You haven't had a taste of Iceland until you try these. Some say best hot dogs in the wolrd! The line might be long but it goes fast. A small shed and you eat outside. Our favorite is with fried onions, ketchup and mustard.
Bæjarins beztu (English: Best hot dog in town), is a popular snack. In 2006, British newspaper Guardian selected them as the best hot dog stand in Europe.
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