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Try it with the steamed bun stuffed with fried chicken, for starters.
In Reykjavík, Gló is good for lunch, Snaps Bistro-Bar for dinner and drinks—get the steamed mussels—and Café Paris is a brilliant spot for outdoor seating.
The chicken shack also serves delicious steamed Asian buns, an oval of light chewy dough folded around a thick slab of succulent pork belly, and these are a tempting alternative to the chicken sandwich, or for big appetites, an addition.
At the next stop, a woman preparing a steamed rice pancake called banh cuon waited patiently as our guide explained the process.
Steamed shrimp is much tenderer than boiled shrimp.
Pureed steamed beets make the cake extra moist and deeply fudgy.
Bowls come with a choice of steamed sushi rice, brown rice, mixed greens or zoodles — curls of raw zucchini that resemble noodles.
EAT In Reykjavík, Gló is good for lunch, Snaps Bistro-Bar for dinner and drinks—get the steamed mussels—and Café Paris is a brilliant spot for outdoor seating.
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