Extremely rude service from a gentleman aged in his 40s. He was Very arrogant and rude towards tourists, just after he tried to rip us off (we were charged for a pint but he gave us a half pint).
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Stumbled on this place whilst exploring the harbour. Fantastic coffee, nice cakes and relaxed atmosphere. Reasonably priced, good breakfast menu!
Cafe Haiti is a charming little cafe near Reykjavik harbor, offering good coffee and pastries in a friendly and welcoming environment.
I really do hate slamming a Reykjavik institution, but I much preferred this place when it was a hole in the wall coffee shop where Momo Ramen now was. Staff, who are no doubt friendly people, always seem to be harried and rushed, and to...More
Located by the Old Harbor it is very casual. My husband loved the fish soup and I had the ham and cheese quiche. Happy we found it. They even called a taxi for us to return to our ship.
Came here several times during my 5 day stay in the capital. The guy makes a mean Flat White over there, and you can sit outside and enjoy a cigarette while looking out over the harbor area and far away mountains to complete the perfect...More
We needed a quick lunch before our guided tour of the Harpa Center and had come across Café Haiti near the old Harbor. At first, we were a little concerned because it was empty except for one table. You first notice the delicious looking cakes...More