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Hannes Boy

Hannes Boy is a unique but homey restaurant that offers a cosy and romantic environment at Siglo´s marina village. It is located in the bright yellow house by the marina in Siglufjordur. The restaurant Hannes Boy is named after a local legend and fisherman. The Icelandic menu, including our signature salted cod and excellent lamb dish is an excellent choice for those wanting to relax in a cosy environment and enjoy the beautiful view of the surrounding mountains and marina.
Hannes Boy opened in 2010 and is an excelent place to enjoy finer dining. The restaurant is open every day during the summertime, from June until end of August. During wintertime it is mostly open for groups or special occasions.

Hannes Boy is one of Siglo Hótel´s three local restaurants. The other two restaurants are Kaffi Raudka and restaurant Sunna that is located within the hotel.

Hannes Boy

Gránugata 23

GPS Points N66° 8' 58.647" W18° 54' 33.125"
Telephone

+354 461-7730

Opening period All year
Categories Restaurants

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