At the Laundromat Cafe you can do laundry, drink a beer or excellent coffee.
Reykjavík offers a myriad of adventures and a paradise of possibilities for all who visit!
Reykjavík lies just minutes away from magnificent unspoiled landscapes and natural wonders.
The perfect way to experience Reykjavík’s healing energy is to visit one of our many thermal pools or spas.
Enhance your trip to Iceland by getting to know our culture!
Stay up late and be captivated by Iceland's otherworldly illuminations!
Reykjavík has an impressive number of quality restaurants, staffed with award winning chefs that create both imaginative and delicious cuisine.
We recommend visitors try out the Icelandic cuisine; but be sure to try out the fabulous Icelandic coffee, beer, hotdog and pizza too!
Reykjavík City Card holders receive discounts at several of these dining establishments in the capital.
Compiled below are various restaurants and cafés located in or near the city centre.
A cozy little restaurant / café that serves delicious vegetarian meals and soup and has a peaceful atmosphere
Traditional Icelandic homemade dishes are Café Loki's specialty, such as Icelandic meat soup, Icelandic plate, homemade bread and cakes.
Mulakaffi cafeteria is one of the best places to try real tradtitional Icelandic home cooking, for example boiled haddock and lamb steak.
There is nothing like the easy atmosphere at Café Paris for enjoying an excellent dinner with your friends or partner.
Snaps is a bistro-style restaurant that takes influences from Scandinavian cuisine; great for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or just to have a glass of something with good friends.
Le bistro is an authentic French bistro and wine/charcuterie bar in the heart of Reykjavík.
Bistro-style restaurant and bar/club in the heart of Reykjavík, with a wide-ranging menu and free wireless internet.
Vegamót (Crossroads) is a trendy two floor bistro-bar, located in the heart of the city on Vegamótastígur.
BSÍ Coach Terminal cafeteria/restaurant which serves traditional Icelandic meals such as smoked lamb and sheep's head, together with regular fast food.
Named after (in his own opinion, at least) Iceland's greatest man, Sólon is a popular daytime cafe with a good menu and great views for people-watching on Laugavegur.
Old fishermen's café, located by the old harbour. Plainly furnished with simple, filling meals.
A family friendly restaurant, popular for it’s relaxed atmosphere and delicious cooking, offered at reasonable prices.
Kapers is a bistro located in The Culture House (Icelandic: Safnahúsid) museum in the heart of Reykjavík.
Cosy basement café on the main shopping street serving snacks, coffee and cake during the day and into the evening.
Buffet-style restaurant with 50 different healthy and tasty low-fat dishes at a reasonable price.
We only use the best ingredients available each time. Happy customers are our best advertisement.
Geysir Bistro & Bar is a new bistro housed in the same building as the Tourist Information Centre.
Our ideology does not carry strange names. We simply cook the food we wish to eat ourselves.
The bar shows all major sports events live on multiple flat-screens. Serves cold beer and tasty food, a perfect place to watch the game.
In the tastiest sight seeing tour in Iceland, we explore the down town Reykjavik area through 13 delicious local cuisines that you would never come across in your typical “to-do in Iceland” itinerary! For approx. 4 hours you will stroll around the city and visit 6 unique restaurants with a fun & knowledgeable local guide by your side.
Bryggjan Brewery is an independent brewery, bistro and bar at the harbor in Reykjavík, which focuses on fresh ingredients and quality beer of various types pumped directly from the brewery. The pier can accommodate up to 280 guests and is open from 11 to 01 every day of the week.