Bergsson mathús serves healthy and delicious food, food for the soul.
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.
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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!
Compiled below are various restaurants and cafés located in or near the city center.
Icelandic Fish & Chips opened in the winter of 2006, intent on providing fresh and healthy food made with the best available Icelandic ingredients. Borrowing from our neighbors the Brits, across the Norwegian sea, we went with a slightly elevated version of the classic fish’n chips, bistro style if you will.
Kaffi Vinyl is a new bar /café and record shop located in the newly renovated Hverfisgata, parallel to main shopping street Laugavegur.
A cozy little restaurant / café that serves delicious vegetarian meals and soup and has a peaceful atmosphere
Buffet-style restaurant with 50 different healthy and tasty low-fat dishes at a reasonable price.
Our ideology does not carry strange names. We simply cook the food we wish to eat ourselves.
Gló takes pride in always using the freshest of ingredients and buying as much as possible from Icelandic farmers.
We specialize in healthy and rich gourmet soups, homemade spelt bread and an exclusive salad bar.
Hannesarholt is a non-profit organization founded by individuals hoping to create a place of nurturing and a reclaiming of cultural roots, in a fast changing society.
Le bistro is an authentic French bistro and wine/charcuterie bar in the heart of Reykjavík.