Things to Do in Reykjavík

Reykjavík City Hall


The 2008-11 financial crisis cast a cloud over Iceland. Yet, “Reykvíkingar” made comic Jón Gnarr their mayor! Famous for his attention-grabbing antics, he managed to put Reykjavík City Hall on the map. Visit the grey, modernist building to view its giant 3D relief map of Iceland. Then grab a cuppa in cosy Café Öndin – it overlooks the duck-laden Lake Tjörnin.

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  • Tjarnargata, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Friday 08:00–19:00, Saturday–Sunday 12:00–18:00
Harpa Concert Hall

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This sleek music hall shimmers with the seasons. Its glass façade reflects the ever-changing light of Europe’s northernmost capital. Roam inside and out for fresh perspectives on how art and nature can fuse seamlessly. Music-wise anything goes, from Bachian strings to Björk-like bleeps – Harpa’s a hub for the national orchestra and the Iceland Airwaves festival.

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  • Austurbakki 2, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Friday 09:00–18:00, Saturday–Sunday 10:00–18:00. Check website for details.
Reykjavík Old Harbour

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Got your sea legs? Good, anchor’s aweigh! The Old Harbour is your gateway to the wondrous world of whales. Here, board a ship to witness a splash-fest of humpbacks and minkes in Faxaflói Bay. When you’re back ashore, warm up with a bite at Bæjarins Beztu – it’s a classic local hot dog stand. True land crabs can hang in the fishermen’s “hut cafés” that dot “Grandi” quayside.

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  • Geirsgata, 101 Reykjavik
National Museum of Iceland


Don’t leave your plans in the lap of the gods. At this museum, chart the history of Iceland and its people: from the Irish monks that first inhabited the island to Ingólfur Arnarson, the first Norse settler. A trail of artefacts like tools, weapons and decorative drinking horns tell their tales. Then, admire the thousand-year-old bronze figure of… is it Thor or Christ?

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Hallgrímskirkja Church


This iconic church overlooks the city from Skólavörðuholtið Hill. Inspired by Svartifoss Waterfall’s basalt columns, its tower ascends like a series of slim stepping stones. Grab the lift to the top and snap pretty vistas of Reykjavík’s rainbow-coloured rooftops and Mount Esja’s snowy tip. Nippy up there? Pop into nearby Café Babalú to sip lamb soup in shabby-chic surroundings.

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Sólfar Monument


This stainless steel ode-to-the-sun points to a bright future. Mount Esja forms a dramatic backdrop to this monument. Translated as “Sun Voyager”, it’s sculptor Jón Árnason’s vision of a vessel that embodies man’s hopes and dreams. Pull your own “dreamboat” close for a romantic moment while the sun sets over Faxaflói Bay.

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Laugavegur Street

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Laugavegur literally means “hot springs road”. In olden times, locals used it to reach Laugardalur Valley’s washing pools. Nowadays, the street itself needs a post-weekend scrub – it’s Reykjavík’s main party strip! Start at rustic Café Rosenberg to sample luscious lobster and live folk music. Then, kick off your pub crawl with a White Russian at Lebowski Bar, dude.

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  • Laugavegur Street, Reykjavík
The Pearl


This gem of a building glistens like a disco ball up on Öskjuhlíð Hill. “Perlan” is a glass-domed curio built atop six water tanks. Its restaurant dishes up the finest local cuisine, from Arctic char to fluffy “skyr” desserts. Circle the viewing deck around the dome and capture ice-cool city panoramas. Or, order a cocktail at the bar and let the revolving floor do the rest.

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Laugardalslaug Swimming Pool


Hot springs eternal here! The geothermal waters of the city’s largest swim centre revive and refresh year round. Visitors of all ages can blow off a little steam. Kids splash about in paddling pools and slink down water slides. Serious swimmers lap up and down two Olympic-sized pools (indoor and outdoor). Then there’s bubbling hot tubs that unknot even the stiffest of necks!

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Viðey Island


Imagine a great light beam linking the ground and sky. On Viðey, it’s easy if you try. This sparse island hosts the Imagine Peace Tower, artist Yoko Ono’s memorial to John Lennon. Witness its fifteen searchlights merge to enliven the night sky. Then, seek out sculptor Richard Serra’s “Milestones” – nine pairs of pillars that naturally frame the likes of Snæfellsjökull Volcano.

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Golden Circle


A tour of Reykjavik’s Golden Circle is a great way to experience everything that makes Iceland unique. There’s the stunning Strokkur geyser, the Gullfoss Waterfall, and even the point where the American and Eurasian tectonic plates meet in Thingvellir National Park. A bus will take in all the sights, but why not make it a real adventure by touring the Circle by snowmobile?

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The Árbæjarsafn open air museum was built in the 1950s to keep the traditions of an older Reykjavik alive, and as the city grew up around it so did the museum’s fascinating exhibitions and displays. Showcasing long-lost skills such as blacksmithing and hay making, this peek into the past will show you how Icelanders used to live in a truly breathtaking natural setting.

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The largest island in Kollafjörður Bay, Viðey might not be inhabited but ferries regularly drop off visitors to enjoy the beauty and wildlife of the fjords. The friendly horses living there can give you a ride if you don’t feel like walking, and the island’s many trails will lead you from stunning ancient ruins to contemporary artwork by famous artists including Yoko Ono.

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Just south of Reykjavik you’ll find Elliðavatn, a lake where the Icelandic landscape rolls into the distance to reveal forests, mountains and dramatic rock formations created by ancient lava flows. Fishing is one of the most popular pursuits at Elliðavatn for locals and visitors alike, and the nearby Heiðmörk nature reserve is full of enchanting trails and woodland.

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Running down from the Bláfjöll mountain range, the Elliðaár river is arguably the most picturesque in Iceland. Walking along its banks you’ll discover small scenic waterfalls and an abundance of bird life. At the right time of year you can even get a chance to see salmon jumping from the water! The Elliðaárdalur valley is also home to a folk museum, a ski lift and a swimming pool – plenty for nature lovers to enjoy.

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Northern Lights Viewing Cruise


Want to boost your chances of catching the Northern Lights? One way is to leave the artificial glow of the city behind you and escape to sea. Down by the Old Harbour, you’ll find cruise companies willing to whisk you across Faxaflói Bay in search of that fleeting glimmer of green light. Check their websites beforehand for updates on the weather and all aurora activity.

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Blue Lagoon


Far away from the big-city sparkle of Reykjavík, the night sky above the Blue Lagoon is primed for spotting the Northern Lights. You’ll need patience and a bit of luck, but there’s no better place to while away the time than Iceland’s most famous geothermal bath. Its rejuvenating waters and silica mud masks alone are worth a visit.

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Aurora Reykjavík Northern Lights Center


You don’t need clear skies to experience the wonder of the Northern Lights at this museum. Thanks to its HD film theatre and interactive exhibits, visitors can view amazing images while learning about the science behind this natural phenomenon. You’ll also hear the cultural history of how humans have interpreted this otherworldly apparition over time.

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Northern Lights Mystery Tour


The science behind the Northern Lights may not be a mystery, but the aurora’s elusive nature makes it hard to predict. Cold weather, clear skies and a savvy guide go some way towards capturing that ephemeral dance of electrons in the night sky. Hop on this bus tour to chase the ethereal wisps of light around the lunar-like landscape of southwest Iceland.

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Thingvellir National Park


Thingvellir National Park is a microcosm of Iceland: a rugged paradise full of nature’s quirks. As you drive through, you’ll pass volcanic crags, steaming geysers, moss-tufted boulders and sputtering waterfalls. As far as road-trip terrains go, it takes some beating. Just make sure you have your camera with you.

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The Golden Circle tour


The Golden Circle Tour is a favourite road-trip choice for those who don’t have the luxury of a whole week in Iceland. It’s just 300 km long, but it certainly takes in a whole lot – from Haukadalur Valley’s crazy geysers to the magnificent Kerid Crater Lake.

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Haukadalur valleys


This geothermal area is a must on any Icelandic road trip. In fact, it’s home to Geysir, the original geyser that gives its name to the rest of its kind. Although it’s no longer active, there’s Strokkur just next to it, which shoots out jets of piping-hot water every ten minutes.

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Gullfoss Waterfall


Gullfoss Waterfall is a picture-postcard example of the power of raw nature. It’s here that the River Hvítá turns a corner and suddenly drops into the bowels of the earth in a roaring haze of froth. There’s a path that skirts along the cliff-face opposite, allowing you to peer over at the cascade as it falls and crashes into the water below.

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Reviews of Reykjavík



October 27, 2016

Love Reykjavik it is a great city. You feel very safe here and everyone we met was friendly. we enjoyed all the tours with Reykjavik excursions and restaurants were good
United Kingdom
2 reviews


October 26, 2016

A nice compact city offering an insight to the history and culture of Iceland. Good access to Keflavik international airport and other parts of the country. Excellent restaurants presenting the finest of Icelandic cuisine.
D Lo
United Kingdom
5 reviews

Very good

October 26, 2016

The best of views and incredible sights are outside of the city. We only needed a day either side of our trip in the city. The rest of the time in smaller townd
5 reviews

Very good

October 26, 2016

Great museums and places to shop with friendly people. The shock comes with the price of everything though- just check what the cost is beforehand!
United Kingdom
2 reviews


October 26, 2016

Loved the geography and people. Traveled the golden circle and the ring road. Great experience.
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1 review


October 26, 2016

Great place to visit although it is expensive in iceland we had great time the peole are great and really enjoyed ourselves
United Kingdom
20 reviews

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October 26, 2016

Blue lagoon was great. Overall a very expensive visit! Everything well over priced.
United Kingdom
1 review


October 26, 2016

The locals are very friendly and the scenery is lovely. A very nice atmosphere.
United Kingdom
1 review

Accommodations and Hotels in Reykjavík

Room With A View Luxury Apartments

8.3 Very good

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  • Laugavegur 18, Reykjavík 101, Reykjavík
Alda Hotel Reykjavík

9 Wonderful

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  • Laugavegur 66, Reykjavík 101, Reykjavík
Hotel Ódinsvé

8.7 Excellent

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  • Thorsgata 1, Reykjavík 101, Reykjavík
22 Hill Hotel

8.4 Very good

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  • Brautarholt 22-24, Reykjavík East, Reykjavík
Icelandair Hotel Reykjavik Marina

8.6 Excellent

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  • Myrargata 2, Vesturbær, Reykjavík
City Center Hotel

8.3 Very good

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  • Austurstræti 6, Reykjavík 101, Reykjavík
Kvosin Downtown Hotel

9.3 Wonderful

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  • Kirkjutorg 4, Reykjavík 101, Reykjavík
Hotel Orkin

8 Very good

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  • Brautarholti 29, Reykjavík East, Reykjavík
Hotel Frón

8.4 Very good

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  • Laugavegur 22A, Reykjavík 101, Reykjavík
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Popular Neighborhoods in Reykjavík

Reykjavík 101

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“101” is Iceland’s hippest postcode. It’s peopled by artsy, woollen-capped clans and Macbook-toting media tribes. Cruise the Skólavörðustígur–Klapparstígur–Laugavegur triangle of streets for everything from saké bars to second-hand shops. Sip a latte in retro art-café Mokka, or sink craft brews in casual Kaldi Bar. Congrats, you’re officially cool!

Reykjavík East

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The city’s first suburbs slowly popped up here in the 1940s. Today, the area fizzles with life. At Reykjavík Zoo, giddy kids line up to see cute Icelandic horses and reindeers up close. In Kringlan Mall, check out trendy weather-proof threads at 66°North. Then saunter down Laugalækur Street to peruse artisan food shops like the Sausage Company.


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Well-heeled Vesturbær is made for lazy afternoons. Once home to fishermen’s cottages, its quiet streets now house families and students. Join locals for a dip and some friendly gossip at Vesturbæjarlaug swimming pool. At Eiðsgrandi, take a seafront stroll and suck in fresh salty air. Then, sweeten things up with homemade ice cream at Valdís.

Reykjavík South-East

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When Reykjavík rapidly grew after WWII, modern flats replaced this area’s old farm houses. Today, some buildings carry murals by Icelandic artists Erró and Sara Riel. At Árbær Museum, quaint grass-roof cottages and actors in folk dress recreate the old world. In Elliðaárdalur Park, you can pick wild berries to the sound of gushing waterfalls.

Local Tips for Reykjavík

Nauthólsvík Geothermal Beach
Anna by Anna

Anna resides in Denmark these days. She misses Iceland’s wondrous nature and tries to visit often.

It’s never too cold to take a dip at Nauthólsvík! The beach consists of imported Moroccan sand and a man-made lagoon with an artificial hot spring. Hop in the beachfront hot tub at any time of year – it’s maintained at 38 degrees by utilising heat from nearby hot water reservoirs.

  • Nauthólsvegur, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Sunday 10:00–19:00. Changes seasonally. Check website for details.
Herdís by Herdís

Herdís lives in Copenhagen, but Reykjavík is “home”. She loves her hometown’s kooky nightlife.

When I’m visiting the motherland, this is where I catch up with friends and family – usually during Happy Hour (17:00–19:00)! MicroBar is Reykjavík’s original microbrewery bar, opened long before it was hip to do so. The staff are really cool and always happy to share their expertise.

  • Austurstræti 6, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Sunday 16:00–00:30
Grandi Quay
Grétar by Grétar

Grétar’s lived in 7 countries and 3 continents. He still thinks Reykjavík’s the hippest city around.

The Old Harbour quay known as “Grandi” is rather happenin'. Its former fishermen’s huts now house trendy cafés and artist’s studios. Coocoo’s Nest is great for a family brunch or a post-work aperitivo. Next door is Valdís ice cream parlour – believe me, it’s worth the 20-minute queue!

  • Grandagarður 23
  • Open Tuesday–Wednesday 11:00–19:00, Thursday–Saturday 11:00–22:00, Sunday 11:00–16:00
Mount Esja
Hófí by Hófí

Reykjavík native Hófí is proud of her city’s lively mix of culture, nightlife and nature.

You can’t miss the imposing presence of Mount Esja when you stand by the Sólfar Monument and look across Faxaflói Bay. For a closer look, hop on bus 57 from Mjódd Station to Mógilsá, and take the 90-minute hike uphill. The views of the city and surroundings are worth every bead of sweat!

  • Mógilsá
Álftanes Peninsula
Inga by Inga

Out-of-towner Inga is from Hafnarfjörður. For her, nothing says “home” a like fresh mountain breeze.

If driving south of Reykjavík, veer off to Álftanes. Its swimming centre has hot tubs, steam baths and indoor and outdoor pools – all geothermally heated, of course! Then, amble around Bessastaðir – it’s home to Iceland’s president and a great viewing point for sunsets over Reykjavík.

  • v/ Breiðumýri, Álftanes
KRÁS Street Food Market
Ingunn by Ingunn

East Icelander Ingunn took a while to warm to Reykjavík, but she can’t resist its energy and charm.

If you’re a foodie like me, head down town to KRÁS and indulge yourself with all sorts of yummy treats! Every Saturday from 13:00 until 18:00, Fógetagarðurinn Square buzzes with vibrant colours and live music, not to mention fabulous food from all corners of the world.

  • Fógetagarður, 101 Reykavík
  • Open Saturday 13:00–18:00. Only open in July and August.
Dillon Whiskey Bar
Kristín by Kristín

Kristín grew up on the Westman Islands but was drawn to Reykjavík’s bright lights and rockin' music.

Moving to Reykjavík was a big adjustment for me. When I first visited this rock bar, I felt right at home – I even met my husband here! Watch local bands tear it up on stage, or chill like a VIP on the second-floor lounge – there’s over 100 whiskies to try. “Skál!”

  • Laugavegur 30, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Friday 14:00–01:00, Saturday–Sunday 14:00–03:00
Bríetartorg Square
Ragnheiður by Ragnheiður

Ragnheiður knows Reykjavík like the back of her hand. Her passions include history and hot dogs!

This tiny square is dedicated to Bríet Bjarnhéðinsdóttir, an important advocate for women's liberation in Iceland. It’s very quiet, even though it’s close to Laugarvegur Street. It’s a nice spot to just sit and reflect – although come summer, some people practice their tango moves here!

  • Amtmannsstígur 11, 101 Reykjavík
12 Tónar Record Store
Shane by Shane

Irishman Shane's been to Reykjavík three times. He digs its laid-back vibes and cool bars.

This is the friendliest music shop in town, with a cosy listening corner where you can grab a coffee. They’ve even got their own label: 12 Tónar has released titles by Icelandic artists Apparat Organ Quartet and Ólöf Arnalds, as well as cult U.S. retro-rockers The Brian Jonestown Massacre.

  • Skólavörðustígur 15, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Saturday 10:00–20:00, Sunday 12:00–20:00. Changes seasonally. Check website for details.
Einar Jónsson Museum
Hallur by Hallur

After a decade abroad, Hallur’s back in Reykjavík. He enjoys the arts and craft beer scenes there.

This sculpture museum explores the work of one of Iceland’s most important artists. It’s set at Einar Jónsson’s former home and studio on Skólavörðuholt. The garden is inspirational – a fantastical meeting point between the natural world and Nordic mythology.

  • Eiríksgata 3, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Tuesday–Sunday 13:00–17:00. Changes seasonally. Check website for details.
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Recommended in Reykjavík

Fylgifiskar is a hidden gem off the beaten path in Reykjavik. Some of the best fish I ate the entire trip. Well worth the extra walk.

We went to both the Blue Lagoon and the Fontana. Both were great, but I liked the smaller scale and cold water plunges at the Fontana. asked travelers...

Why do you recommend Reykjavík for food?

Resturants were excellent - important to use only whale friendly resturants ( blue sign in window or list from Internet search)

Laugardalslaug swimming pool with two 50 metre pool and a 25 metre pool, water slides, hot pots, jacuzzi and steam baths.

Laugavegur is the main shopping street with many fun boutiques and shops.

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Describe the nature in Reykjavík.

Icelandic; Nordic; raw; beautiful. Geothermal.

it is breathtaking - absolutely wonderful

Crowds aren't really an issue.


Reykjavík Transportation

Air – Keflavík International Airport

Keflavík International Airport is 50 km from Reykjavík. The Flybus service connects to BSÍ Bus Terminal in approx. 45 minutes, and single fares start at ISK 1950. For your return journey, a hotel pick-up option is available for ISK 2500. A taxi to or from Reykjavík city centre costs approx. ISK 12000 on weekdays and ISK 15000 or more during nights and weekends.

Air - Reykjavík Airport

Reykjavík Airport is the main hub for domestic flights in Iceland. Destinations include the ruggedly beautiful Westfjords as well as the northern city of Akureyri. The airport is on the outskirts of the city centre and is easily reached via pubic bus (numbers 15 and 19) or taxi.


The Strætó bus network spans the city, from Seltjarnarnes and Vesturbær in the west to Grafarvogur and Mosfellsbær in the north-east. Routes operate daily, from 06:30–00:00. A single fare costs ISK 400 and is valid for one hour. One-day passes are ISK 1000 and 3-day passes cost ISK 2500. Tickets can be purchased at the main terminals: Hlemmur, Mjódd, Lækjartorg and Ártún. Alternatively, you can download the Strætó app or buy tickets at public swimming pools.


When the buses stop running, taxis are the best way to get home from a night of partying. Taxis are regulated in Iceland – all companies use official mileage meters and standard rates. During the busiest hours, taxis line up at designated areas marked by blue-and-white signs. At other times, you can just hail them on the street if the “Taxi” sign is lit. Alternatively, you can phone for a cab or download an app. Some companies even offer tours to sites like the Blue Lagoon.


Cycling has become quite fashionable in Iceland. Everyone seems to have purchased a bike, and the city council has responded with improved facilities for cyclists. Dedicated paths now run across the city and beyond, and traffic lights have been adjusted with cyclists in mind. Still, Icelandic motorists are only adjusting to this new phenomenon, so it’s important to stay alert. Daily rates for bike rentals start at ISK 4200, with guided tours starting from ISK 7400.


Iceland and Reykjavík are made for car travel. Roads are well kept and signage is clear, but like anywhere, patience is needed during rush hours. There are many parking options – the closer you park to the city centre, the more expensive it is. Car rental prices are competitive, if not cheap. Make sure you choose a car that suits your needs – if you're planning a trip to the Highlands, you’ll need a 4x4. In fact, off-roading in any other car is a criminal offence.

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  • Pósthússtræti 9, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Thursday 11:30–01:00, Friday–Saturday 11:30–03:00, Sunday 11:30–01:00
  • 00354 5782010
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  • Pósthússtæti 17, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Thursday 17:30–22:00, Friday–Saturday 17:30–23:00, Sunday 17:30–22:00
  • 00354 5111691
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  • Hafnarstræti 1-3, 101 Reyekjavik
  • Open Sunday–Thursday 11:30–23:00, Friday–Saturday 11:30–00:00
  • 00354 5611313
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  • Pósthússtræti 17, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Thursday 17:30–22:00, Friday 17:30–23:00, Saturday 16:00–23:00, Sunday 16:00–22:00
  • 00354 5111690
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  • Austurstraeti 4, 101 Reykjavik
  • Open Monday–Thursday 11:30–22:00, Friday 11:30–23:00, Saturday 16:00–23:00, Sunday 16:00–22:00
  • 00354 5510292
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  • Austurstræti 22, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Thursday 11:30–22:00, Friday 11:30–23:30, Saturday 12:00–23:30, Sunday 17:00–22:00
  • 00354 5627335
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  • Vesturgata 2a, Grófartorg, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Friday 11:30–14:30 and 17:30–22:30, Saturday–Sunday 17:30–22:30
  • 00354 5525300
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Bæjarins Beztu Pylsur
  • Tryggvagata 1, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Sunday–Thursday 10:00–01:00, Friday–Saturday 10:00–04:30
  • 00354 5511566
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  • Adalstræti 2, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Sunday–Thursday 17:00–22:00, Friday–Saturday 17:00–23:30
  • 00354 5177373
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  • Lækjargata 2, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Thursday 11:30–14:00 and 17:00–22:30, Friday 11:30–14:00 and 17:00–23:30, Saturday 17:00–23:30, Sunday 17:00–22:30
  • 00354 5717777
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  • Lækjargata 2, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Thursday 11:30–14:00 and 17:00–22:30, Friday 11:30–14:00 and 17:00–23:30, Saturday 17:00–23:30, Sunday 17:00–22:30
  • 00354 5717777
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  • Bankastræti 8, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Saturday 07:30–22:00, Sunday 09:00–22:00. Changes seasonally. Check website for details.
  • 00354 5531111
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Reykjavik Chips
  • Vitastígur 10, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Tuesday–Sunday 11:30–23:00
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Café Haiti
  • Geirsgata 7C, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Thursday 08:00–20:00, Friday 08:00–23:00, Saturday 09:00–23:00, Sunday 09:00–20:00
  • 00354 5888484
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Krua Thai
  • Tryggvagata 14, 101 Reykjavík
  • Open Monday–Friday 11:30–21:30, Saturday 12:00–21:30, Sunday 17:00–21:30
  • 00354 5610039
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