Perlan, Reykjavík Region

3.5 out of 5 stars 7 Reviews

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  • The Perlan: The Perlan

    by eurotravels Updated Jan 15, 2005

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    Revolving restaurant giving superb views of the city

    Favorite Dish: Earlier in the day we had visited the phallological museum and weren't sure if this was our imagination, but doesn't this lamb dish look rather like something you might see there?


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    Perlan - The Pearl

    by Sharrie Updated Feb 18, 2003

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    We didn't have the chance to eat here due to time constraint. Perhaps next trip.

    Perlan is actually mounted on 5 huge tanks in which hot water for the city used to be housed here.

    The luxury restaurant rotates on its own axis once every hour. There's also a cafetaria on the floor below which provide access to views of the city.


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    Perlan: Another landmark in Iceland

    by annk Updated Jan 19, 2003

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    PERLAN - A revolving restaurant & viewing platform. The silver tanks store the city's hot water. We did not visit, but this was the view from our room. Restaurant is open for dinner and hear it's pretty expensive.

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    Perlan (The Pearl).: Perlan (The Pearl).

    by schielen Written Aug 25, 2002

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    I can't say this is my favorite restaurant because I wasn't inside, but it certainly is a very remarcable building. The restaurant dome moves around. In one hour jou see the panoramic view gliding by in front of you.

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    Perlan: A good panorama

    by Cristian_Uluru Written Sep 28, 2004

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    A good restaurant in good ambience. The meal is good and you can see Reykjavik by night from its terrace.

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    Perlan: Perlan

    by Marionbcn Written Sep 4, 2003

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    Perlan is the most expensive restaurant in Reykjavík, this restaurant includes an observatory with fantastic panorama of the city


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    The Pearl huge storage tanks...

    by chrissyalex Written Aug 25, 2002

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    The Pearl huge storage tanks for boiling water pumped from the ground, in the center is a revolving

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