We went on Christmas Eve and ordered two kebabs and a couple of bottles of wine. Over £173 and the food was inedible.
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Cuisine is primarily Mediterranean. Particularly enjoyed the mousakka. Atmosphere is small and intimate. Good value for the price.
Two or three times on our trip we headed back here - it's above a bookshop, and as such seems to be overlooked by the tourist hoards. A few comfy chairs, polite service and well-made (but not expensive) drinks makes it a good place to...More
Fell upon this cafe, as it is above a book store. Very clean quick service lovely hot chocolate, cakes also looked very good. Overall feel very cosy.
Great stop for a nice coffee, christmas music and peaceful area to sit down and enjoy the view outside. A bit like John Lewis but smaller with a good book store on the ground floor!
Rejavik has 3 competing coffees as far as I can make out! Lavazza, illy and Moak. If you like a slightly more bitter taste then Moak is the one for you, personally I'm the other two but at least you don't have to put up...More
The coffee is of average quality but there are some great cakes. I recommend the cheesecake and the "hjónabandssæla" (marital bliss). There are two escalators who make a low humming noise, however they seem to canvel my tinnitus quite nicely! All in all it's a...More