Guidebook for Reykjavík

Anna Karen
Anna Karen
Guidebook for Reykjavík

Food Scene

Grandi Mathöll is a street food hall near by.
44 locals recommend
Grandi Mathöll
16 Grandagarður
44 locals recommend
Grandi Mathöll is a street food hall near by.
Domino’s in Icelandic is actually quite good. I recommend the Dominos surprise with an Italian crust
Dominos Ánanaust 15
Domino’s in Icelandic is actually quite good. I recommend the Dominos surprise with an Italian crust
The center for modern art in Reykjavík. They have some nice exhibitions and bar/coffe shop/restaurant as well. Very cool spot with great views over the harbor area and Reykjavík.
20 locals recommend
Marshallhúsið
20 locals recommend
The center for modern art in Reykjavík. They have some nice exhibitions and bar/coffe shop/restaurant as well. Very cool spot with great views over the harbor area and Reykjavík.
The best Breakfast in town, but by early, It's always crowded
115 locals recommend
The Coocoo's Nest
23 Grandagarður
115 locals recommend
The best Breakfast in town, but by early, It's always crowded
One of the oldest and most charming restaurant in Reykjavík. Serves very typical Icelandic family food. Great fish
27 locals recommend
Kaffivagninn
27 locals recommend
One of the oldest and most charming restaurant in Reykjavík. Serves very typical Icelandic family food. Great fish
Messinn in this location only serves buffet. I especially recommend it for lunch, as this is a all you can eat best fish in town friendly price during lunch (more expensive during dinner)
10 locals recommend
Messinn Granda
8 Grandagarður
10 locals recommend
Messinn in this location only serves buffet. I especially recommend it for lunch, as this is a all you can eat best fish in town friendly price during lunch (more expensive during dinner)
Neapolitan style pizzeria that serves one of the best pizzas in town.
34 locals recommend
Flatey Pizza
11 Grandagarður
34 locals recommend
Neapolitan style pizzeria that serves one of the best pizzas in town.
One of the best restaurants in town, and recommend by Michelin. They serve only great Icelandic ingredients based on Icelandic tradition
51 locals recommend
Matur og Drykkur
2 Grandagarður
51 locals recommend
One of the best restaurants in town, and recommend by Michelin. They serve only great Icelandic ingredients based on Icelandic tradition
My favorite ones are Hamborgarabúllan, one of the best burger joints in town
90 locals recommend
Hamborgarabúlla Tómasar
Geirsgötu 1 Geirsgata
90 locals recommend
My favorite ones are Hamborgarabúllan, one of the best burger joints in town
Old harbor area and Kopar, which is more fine dining, Great views..
32 locals recommend
Kopar
3 Geirsgata
32 locals recommend
Old harbor area and Kopar, which is more fine dining, Great views..
This is my favorite french bistro in town, You're likely to see more of Icelanders here
179 locals recommend
Snaps Bistro
1 Þórsgata
179 locals recommend
This is my favorite french bistro in town, You're likely to see more of Icelanders here
If you want to try traditional Icelandic homemade food, this is the place and fair price to! Good choice for lunch or coffee and near Hallgrímskirkja.
39 locals recommend
Café Loki
28 Lokastígur
39 locals recommend
If you want to try traditional Icelandic homemade food, this is the place and fair price to! Good choice for lunch or coffee and near Hallgrímskirkja.

Sightseeing

One of the main landmarks of Reykjavík, Harpa, the music and conference hall. Go check out its unique architecture and explore its great view. Inside are two nice restaurants, Smurstöðin and Kolabrautin.
31 locals recommend
Harpa
31 locals recommend
One of the main landmarks of Reykjavík, Harpa, the music and conference hall. Go check out its unique architecture and explore its great view. Inside are two nice restaurants, Smurstöðin and Kolabrautin.

Everything Else

Be aware that the only stores that sell alcohol are state run stores called Vínbúðin. One is downtown, at Austurstræti 10a, and inside a small shopping mall near by Grandi called Eiðistorg. It takes you around 10-15 minutes to walk there.
49 locals recommend
Vínbúðin
10a Austurstræti
49 locals recommend
Be aware that the only stores that sell alcohol are state run stores called Vínbúðin. One is downtown, at Austurstræti 10a, and inside a small shopping mall near by Grandi called Eiðistorg. It takes you around 10-15 minutes to walk there.
Be aware that the only stores that sell alcohol are state run stores called Vínbúðin. The closest ones inside a small shopping mall called Eiðistorg. It takes you around 10 minutes to walk there.
13 locals recommend
Vínbúðin
13 locals recommend
Be aware that the only stores that sell alcohol are state run stores called Vínbúðin. The closest ones inside a small shopping mall called Eiðistorg. It takes you around 10 minutes to walk there.