Reykjavik

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Asian
Miõborg
3 reviews
Long before Reykjavík could boast of its cosmopolitan culture, this outstanding restaurant was busy with loyal local customers who enjoy authentic Indian cuisine. — Fodor's
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Healthy
Miõborg
5 reviews
Branch of the tasty, popular organic restaurant, near the Hilton. — Lonely Planet
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European
Miõborg
4 reviews
A gourmet’s delight, this elegant Scandinavian restaurant specialises in local, organic ingredients cooked in contemporary “Nordic Kitchen” style. — Insight Guides
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American
Miõborg
4 reviews
Bæjarins beztu pylsur, which humbly translates into English as “the best hot dog in town”, is a humble stand in central Reykjavík whose popularity over the decades has given it a kind of cult status. — Afar Magazine
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Cafe
Miõborg
3 reviews
Ordered a flat white, which was perfection, and a delicious carrot cake. Chose a few vinyls to play on the record player while we people watched, a mix of locals and other in-the-know festival goers. — Afar Magazine
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European
Miõborg
3 reviews
The restaurant serves up popular indigenous dishes including salted cod, fried fish-chins, and hashed fish with black bread. — Travel + Leisure
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Cafe
Miõborg
3 reviews
This simple, soulful, farm-to-table eatery is Reykjavík’s best breakfast spot. — Frommer's
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Cafe
Miõborg
3 reviews
If you’re curious about the local rotten sharkfin delicacy, you can order a small portion here: Otherwise, opt for the hearty lamb soup and a rye bread ice cream made in-house. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Cafe
Miõborg
3 reviews
Nothing splashy here, not a place to be seen, just great coffee and good prices at the oldest cafe in town (since 1958). — Frommer's
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Seafood
Miõborg
2 reviews
If you want to try Reykjavik's famously fresh seafood, Kol--and its standalone Fish Menu--is a good place to begin. — Condé Nast Traveler
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European
2 reviews
Your best bet is the "fish in a pan" daily special, which is literally brought over to your table still inside the pan it was cooked in. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Italian
Miõborg
2 reviews
Its fiercely busy takeaway serves the best pizzas in the city, baked in a brick oven fired by Icelandic birch – or you can sit down to devour. — Lonely Planet
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European
Miõborg
2 reviews
This award-winning restaurant (whose name translates to The Grill Market in English) is a definite culinary highlight for visiting foodies. — Afar Magazine
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European
Miõborg
2 reviews
Pitch-perfect Icelandic cuisine, such as whale (with Jerusalem artichokes and a shallot vinaigrette) and plaice fish (with samphire, asparagus, and a tart lime beurre blanc). — Condé Nast Traveler
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Cafe
Miõborg
2 reviews
This is a popular spot for dining and people-watching. — Fodor's
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Cafe
2 reviews
Apart from the weekend brunch/hangover cure, it's also famous for exceptional sourdough pizza, which leaves a great taste in both your mouth and your memory. — Fodor's
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European
Háaleiti
3 reviews
Iceland's first ever five-star restaurant, this swanky eatery at the Hotel Nordica serves Scandinavian gourmet cuisine and upscale bistro fare. — Travel + Leisure
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Cafe
Miõborg
3 reviews
This brilliantly designed restaurant is not only a cool hangout, it’s also great place for grilled sandwiches and smoothies. — Fodor's
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International
Miõborg
3 reviews
Always bustling to the brim, this popular bistro bar is famous for its weekend brunch, and attracts a lively bunch of locals whose musical inflections mingle nicely with the chatter of out-of-towners. — Fodor's
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Seafood
2 reviews
On decent-weather days and around whale-watching departures, this tiny food truck opens it's window and dishes up yummy crab-cake sliders on the quay. — Lonely Planet
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