As many others have said, try to rye bread ice cream! It's not at all what I expected, and was delicious.
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It is a beautifully located restaurant with a beautiful view of the church. Among the Icelandic meals my favorite is the lamb soup, I ate it here too. Nothing special, average taste. It's worth a visit because of the view.
Love this little café with imaginative Icelandic menu and very fun Viking mural on the second floor. Go here if you don’t want to spend a ton of money but do you want to try an amazing range of Icelandic fare, most of it served...More
I loved the flatbread with smoked lamb and my husband thought the rye bread ice cream was terrific. Also a really interesting mural on the second floor.
This was my favorite meal in Reykjavik! We went for an early dinner and there was no wait for a table-it's a small restaurant so I can imagine it getting very crowded later. They have lots of traditional Icelandic food choices, but we stuck with...More
We went here for our first meal in Iceland. Our flight landed early in the morning so we were looking for breakfast. We were tired and hungry so we wanted something simple and familiar. After looking at a menu filled with Icelandic dishes that were...More
They are polite and friendly, which is the most important thing for a place serving food or drinks in my opinion. The soup is ok and the price is alright for Iceland. But nothing very special. Maybe I should have been more adventurous and ordered...More
Nice cafe with a direct view of Hallgrimskirkja. Friendly stuff and a good menu to get you started with Icelandic food. Breakfast, Brunch, Lunch, coffee and rye bread ice cream.
We had heard about Cafe Loki and how it was the most "authentic" Icelandic cuisine, and we had to check it out. I ordered the lamb soup with lamb pate on rye bread. We also split an appetizer of the fermented shark, which was absolutely...More
I got the Icelandic menu #2 i think. Shark (not good) fish mash (wonderful) lox (great) all on either spelt or Icelandic flat bread and that fish jerky with good ole yellow rich Icelandic butter. It was good.i also went back for the pancake with...More