Situated downtown, housed in one of Reykjavik’s oldest buildings. The fish market uses Iceland’s finest ingredients and is very popular so it’s well worth booking in advance to enjoy the delights there.
An interesting place to eat, right downtown on the site which originally housed a cinema and after a fire in 1998 the restaurant rose from the ashes, the design is Icelandic and well worth a visit and the menu won’t let you down either.
which translates as “starters” isn’t actually just for starters, although they serve starters from all around the world. The also do four course set meals amongst other things. Funky and friendly and very Icelandic is how they describe themselves and you’ll find them near the old harbour.
Traditional Icelandic cuisine made fun with top quality ingredients. Definitely a fun place to check out for something a bit different. Their motto is “Let tradition surprise you” You’ll find this also down near the old harbour.
An adventure under a bridge...the restaurant is housed inside an old store built in the 19th century, the decor is both cosy and glamorous. Well recommended and worth booking ahead. Well known for great set menus of Around Iceland and Around the world using again top quality Icelandic ingredients.
This restaurant is situated on the road leading up to Hallgrímskirkja church which towers over Reykjavík so is quite easy to find. They do lunch, dinner, set courses, finger food etc so maybe something for everyone. Apart from anything else are well known for their cocktails...worth a look