Had breakfast here and was excellent and reasonably priced. Fairly small menu, but nice quirky place to eat.
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I had a simple breakfast and delicious cappuccino and my husband had the soup of the day and homemade bread. Both delicious, simple, unpretentious and appealing. We ate a delicious apple crumble dessert and congratulated ourselves on finding this place! Cozy laid back atmosphere with...More
This was our first stop after 36 hours of travel from the US, so we were ready for a good breakfast and had heard very good things about this place. Our group had 18 people, which maxed out the dining capacity, but fortunately we stopped...More
I found this place while walking from the main shopping area. I was in need of a coffee and this interesting sign pointed down a side street to this place. Upon entering I found a homey coffee bar offering a range of coffee, teas and...More
I have been there with my family last week, during our trip in Iceland. Location is very cosy and nice, also cakes were very good (we have a chocolate cake, a carrot cake). Good place to relax having a nice break.
We had to check out of our airbnb early on our last day, which was problematic as we needed Wifi to watch a hurling match on national Irish TV (not because we're at all into sports but because a family member was selected for the...More
I was tired and a little hungover and couldn't check into my hotel straight away so I headed across the street to C is for Cookie, partly because the gorgeous scents coming from the shop lured me in. Once in I ordered an oatmeal and...More
I was here for both lunch and dinner while in Reykjavik and both times were fantastic! Our lattes were perfect, I really enjoyed my sandwiches and my cousin liked the soup. The portions were a good size and the atmosphere is very cozy. I especially...More