Reykjavik Restaurants

The dining scene in Reykjavík has diversified a great deal in the past few years: traditional Icelandic restaurants now face competition from restaurants serving Asian, Italian, Mexican, Indian, and vegetarian fare. A recent trend has seen the emergence of several upscale establishments emphasizing locally grown ingredients and new Nordic cuisine.

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  • 1. Grillmarket

    $$$$ | European

    A collaborative project by well-known culinary innovators Hrefna Rós Sætran (founder and owner of the Fish Market) and Guðlaugur P. Frímannsson...Read More

  • 2. Reykjavík Chips

    $ | Fast Food

    Brand-new on the Reykjavík food scene and attracting an alternative crowd of music-loving youth is Reykjavík Chips, whose talented owners—one...Read More

  • 3. Fish and Chips Vagninn

    $$ | Fast Food

    The owners of this street-food wagon trained intensively in the United Kingdom to perfect the process of re-creating the British fish-and-chips...Read More

  • 4. Gló

    $ | Vegetarian

    The latest brainchild of Solla Eiríks, one of the pioneers of the raw-food movement in Iceland, Gló shares a building with the Rope Yoga studio...Read More

  • 5. Paradís Icecream Parlor

    $ | Italian

    If you want to sample the best gelato in Reykjavík, and perhaps even Iceland, then head to Paradís, where you'll find a heavenly exhibition...Read More

  • 6. Torfan

    $$$$ | Scandinavian

    Housed inside a classic 19th-century building, Torfan—a new restaurant with an old name—attracts those with a fat billfold (or anyone up for...Read More

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