Come there and order lobster soup - spicy & salty and very good. For that price you will also get bread and tea/coffee. Sit on terrace and get some sun - you will feel almost like a local
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This building was a fishing net factory owned by brothers who now own and operate the restaurant. We came here for our first Icelandic breakfast after our arrival in Iceland. Our delicious meal was prepared and served by one of the owners. While we ate,...More
Best Lobster soup ever, this was recommended to us by a friend who was from Iceland and it was awesome. Our first stop and it was amazing
we discovered by coincidence (panel next to the road), not that easy to find, at the outside it looks typically icelandic (boaring outside, great inside), we had great lobstersoup, fantastic cake and top service with a smile!
The guy running this place was so nice. We had the lobster soup and the vegatable soup, both delicious. For the price of the soup you get a free refill, bread and butter. It also includes water, tea and coffee, as much as you like....More
We stopped for coffee before our trip to the blue lagoon and decided, based on price and friendliness, to return for a late lunch. Excellent lobster soup, with as many refills as you want plus bread and tea/coffee, also with refills. Very good indeed, with...More
Returned over two years after our first visit. Had lobster soup , bread and coffee. Tasted delicious, and sat outside in the sunshine overlooking the harbour. Quite expensive at nearly £15 each though.
This little cafe, right on the waterfront, serves simple seafood meals. We enjoyed the lobster soup (free second bowl), home-made crusty bread, and coffee (free refills!). The staff was helpful and friendly. Bryggjan Cafe is a charmer. And not expensive, either.