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Perlan Rooftop Cafeteria
Reykjavik

Cafeteria: Perlan cafeteria sells delicious breads, coffee cakes, and pastries. You will also find hot soups, sandwiches and assorted salads. It also offers home made Italian ice cream.

Restaurant And Bar: On the top glass domed part of Perlan there is a revolving restaurant and cocktail bar. The revolving floor does a complete turn in two hours. It offers a good view of Reykjavik and the nearby areas.

The top floor (fifth floor) of Perlan houses the revolving restaurant. There is a cafeteria and gourmet shop on the fourth floor.

Read more about the Perlan Rooftop Cafeteria here.
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Taken: 22/04/2008
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Updated: 08/10/2014
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