Restaurants in Iceland
Trying out the local cuisine in Icelandic restaurants will definitely be one of the most pleasant experiences on your visit. Restaurants in Reykjavik as well as outside the capital boast a spectrum of unique gastronomy that will leave your taste buds in a state of pure bliss. Restaurants in Iceland have a reputation for outdoing themselves and producing dishes beyond one’s expectation. Given that many Icelandic restaurants only use fresh and local ingredients, you’re guaranteed an excellent choice of delicacies that are special to Iceland’s natural surroundings.
Here you’ll find a list of top-notch restaurants in Reykjavik as well as outside the city center.
3 Frakkar is a seafood restaurant, located in central Reykjavik. It‘s been in business for over twenty years, and has always been popular among locals and travelers in Iceland.
Argentina is the largest steakhouse in Iceland in more than one way. It is a genuinely big occasion when you decide to go out for dinner in Iceland, and they offer you service to match.
Austur-Indiafjelagid is the oldest, most popular and well-established Indian restaurants in Reykjavik, Iceland.
Baejarins beztu pylsur. Translation: The best hot dogs in town. We assure you that it‘s no overstatement or exaggeration.
Since 1992 Café Paris has been a part of Reykjavik culture. It is sure to say that Cafe Paris has been a part Reykjavik's culture.
Café Flora is a delightful little café located inside a gazebo in the Reykjavik Botanical Gardens.
Dill Restaurant is a small intimate restaurant located in the renowned Nordic House. Surrounded by a wild bird reserve and situated next to a small lake, this undiscovered gem is just a 15-minute walk from downtown Reykjavik.
Located in the center of Reykjavik´s downtown area is Einar Ben, a fine dining Icelandic cuisine restaurant.
Forréttabarinn specializes in a range of delicious starters and is located close to the Old Harbor. The relaxed ambiance really makes you feel at home, and the service is friendly and personal.