For those who enjoy sweet treats, this charming French pastry shop is a must. The delicacies—from eclairs and cream puffs to macarons and more— are sourced from the best local ingredients. The outcome is both artistic and yummy! During the weekend try the special pastry which changes each week.
A Reykjavík landmark destination with loyal customers who seek classic morning dishes of bacon & eggs, pancakes, and a variety of “badass” bagels done to perfection. A small but larger than-life breakfast hotspot in the heart of the city.
Serving coffee since 1958, Mokka was the first café in Reykjavík to introduce Icelandic bohemians to Italian espresso. Also famous for their mouth-watering house waffles. Still run by the same family, the unchanged interior, and ambitious art shows on the walls, makes it an icon in Reykjavík’s culture scene.
Espresso, art and cultural atmosphere since 1958. This old-fashioned café is run by the same owners and the unchanged interior is deep-rooted in Icelandic culture and has a special place in the heart of every bohemian, both as a café and an ambitious art gallery. The first in Iceland to serve real espresso, cappuccino, and café latte, and tempting you with their famous house waffles. Drink in the echoes of the ‘60s!
Sisterhood organic café
Owned by two health & yoga-loving sisters, this café / shop is unique. Offering something for your heart, body, and soul. Organic coffee, homemade sandwiches, nutritious breakfast, smoothies, shots and vitamins, among other goods. Pamper yourself at this modern hippy-like place.
Te og kaffi
Since 1984, this family-owned coffee house has been serving dedicated coffee aficionados and tea lovers. This is the original Te & Kaffi, but in recent years they have opened in several locations
outside the city center. Grab a bag of their own, freshly roasted beans as a memento.