The classy downtown Reykjavik restaurant and bar, Domo, accommodates a vast wine and whiskey collection, which is in fact one of the largest in Iceland. The contemporary restaurant offers over 90 different types of white and red wine, as well as various rye, scotch and Irish whiskeys.
The fresh fish and sushi restaurant is one of Reykjavik’s most outstanding restaurants, serving a range of different sushi made from Icelandic ingredients, as well as serving other delicacies. The restaurant has been refered to as the “kitchen without boundaries” providing its delcious Asian/French and sushi menu.
The restaurant introduced its brand new delicious 2010 menu at the beginning of the year which continues in the style of an Asian/French inspired a la carte menu for those wanting a fresh dish with a splash of flare.
Domo’s Head Chef, Bjorn Thor Baldursson, designed a dedicated sashimi and sushi menu, alongside a special sushi-tasting menu designed for two people to enjoy, offering mixed sushi platters, spicy tuna rolls and soft shell crabs.
The Iceland restaurant has been ‘cooking up a storm’ with both the locals and food critics since it opened its doors in 2006 and continues to achieve high standards and tasty cuisine.