Republic of Iceland
is usually the pylsa or hot dog. It is usually served with a choice of fried onions, fresh onions, ketchup, mustard and remoulade. It is cheap compared with other fast food staples at around 250 kr, and is sold in every one of the small convenience stores/eateries/video rentals/sweet shops that litter Icelandic towns. Baked goods are costly. American baked goods even more so. 3 x Krispy Creme donuts in a standard grocery store ISK1400 seen Oct. 2018. Even plain store brand donuts are around ISK150 each. Food prices are particularly high in Iceland - the following sample prices were accurate as of summer 2018:
ISK 2000 - 2800 for a hamburger.
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