Straight from Reykjavik comes an outpost of Icelandic Fish and Chips, a seafood restaurant that focuses on serving wild Icelandic fish, shipped to New York several times a week. Among the daily selections, you can find cod, rose fish, Atlantic wolffish, white hake, and pollock. Sides include mango salad, crispy potatoes, and fried broccoli and cauliflower. The signature dipping sauces, from truffle and tarragon to basil and garlic, make use of Icelandic skyr, similar to strained yogurt, rather than mayonnaise. 28 Seventh Ave. South (between Morton & Leroy streets), West Village. IcelandicFishandChips.com

 

(Courtesy of Icelandic Fish and Chips)

(Courtesy of Icelandic Fish and Chips)
(Courtesy of Icelandic Fish and Chips)