Svið refers to Iceland's singed or boiled sheep’s head. In Melabúðin, a popular local supermarket in the West End, usually makes Svið at lunchtime, as do many of the Nóatún shops. The Cafeteria at the central bus station or BSÍ is also famous for their Kjammi og Kók, that is half a head of Svið accompanied by a bottle of coke.