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International & Icelandic Cuisine


Grillmarkaðurinn

Grillmarkaðurinn is a trendy, upscale restaurant in Reykjavík's city center, and a favourite among locals and visitors. The focus of the restaurant is on using locally-sourced, fresh from the farm ingredients as much as possible to create Icelandic cuisine with a modern flare. 

Address: Lækjargata 2A, 101 Reykjavík - Tel: +354 571-7777

Sushi Samba

Sushi Samba blends Japanese and South American culinary traditions right here in Reykjavík along with the accompaniment of unique music from the period when many Japanese people moved to Brazil. 


Address:
Þingholtsstræti 5, 101 Reykjavík - Tel. + 354 568 6600

Fjalakötturinn

For lunch, visitors can choose between the light lunch menu and the hors-d’oeuvre buffet. In the evening, the restaurant changes to its a la carte menu. In these historical buildings in the heart of Reykjavík, Fjalakötturinn emphasizes Icelandic ingredients and cooking and takes pride in presenting home cooked meals.


Address:
Aðalstræti 16, 101 Reykjavik  - Tel: 514 6000

Fjörukráin

Fjörukráin in the neighbouring town of Hafnarfjörður provides an elegant dining experience in a beautiful old house dating back to 1841. It offers a romantic atmosphere and on weekends live music and visits by cheerful Vikings. On the second floor you can sit and enjoy a cocktail before dinner or a dessert afterwards.


Address:
Strandgata 55, 220 Hafnarfjörður -  Tel: 565 1213

Hereford

The Hereford is an upscale steakhouse on Reykjavík's main street, Laugavegur. Its hallmark is a varied selection of carefully chosen parts of beef, lamb and turkey along with delicious seafood. The specially provided raw-material is always high quality, homogenized and prepared in a certain way by ambitious cooks, for discerning customers.


Address:
Laugavegur 53b, 101 Reykjavik  - Tel: 511 3350

Lækjarbrekka

Lækjarbrekka is a classic restaurant situated in one of the oldest buildings in Reykjavík, right in the middle of the old town. The building was constructed in the year 1834 and was originally a private residence, which gives it a homely and cosy appearance.


Address:
Bankastræti 2, 101 Reykjavik - Tel. 551 4430

The Pearl

The Pearl has dining options for most tastes and budgets. The high-end Perlan rotating restaurant offers some of the finest dining in Iceland with exquisite 360 degree views of the surrounding area. The Pearl's café serves coffee, a selection of light meals and freshly prepared baked goods.


Address:
Öskjuhlíð hill in 105 Reykjavik - Tel: 562 0200