Atypic atmosphere, really great place to chill when storm is striking outside. Good food, great service, cosy!
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This was by far my favorite cafe in Reykjavik. They serve delicious espresso drinks and yummy soup (perfect for a cold, windy day). Didn't realize there was an upstairs until my 2nd visit. Perfect place to sit and relax for a while. Comfy seating and...More
Small coffee shop with a lot of heart. A very short walk from Hallgrimskirkja, it was busy but with a surprising amount of space and wasn't hard to find seats upstairs. The coffee was great and we had a couple of paninis which were tasty...More
Stopped in for a break. One of us had a panini that she enjoyed, while I had tea and the apple bake, which was very nice. Cozy, tiny place with just a few tables. Order at the counter and a friendly person brings your order....More
A great café to stop in for lunch. Very busy during the lunch time, plan on going around 1 rather than right at noon. Very friendly atmosphere, great food and good prices
This was a lovely little cafe for a break in all the walking. We had coffee & cake, the soup and other food also looked good. It kind of felt like being in someone's lounge. Very cosy indeed.
My daughter and I stopped her for lunch after we left the Hallgrimskirkja, which is right up the street. We had the grilled cheese and tomato soup. The food was good and the soup size was very large. You'll like the feel of this place....More
My daughter and I had lunch at this funky little restaurant which was very popular. We had the grilled cheese and soup which was delicious and generous portions. The staff were very friendly and they played great music, old Simon and Garfunkel etc. I would...More