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Kaffi Vinýl
This laid-back café and vinyl record shop is an interesting addition to the Reykjavik dining scene. The café's focus is vegetarian and vegan foods, based on the ethos of food, vine, and vinyl. Cakes and coffee are to be savoured at Kaffi Vinýl, and on Friday nights a DJ plays vintage music to the hip crowd.

Address: Hverfisgata 76 | Telephone: +354 537 1332 |

Affordable Restaurants

Matur og Drykkur
Matur og Drykkur specialises in the best Icelandic recipes, using the finest local ingredients that have featured in Icelandic dishes throughout the ages. Matur og Drykkur, however, is determined to modernise these Icelandic recipes, including fish stew with haddock and potatoes, lamb with rutabaga, kale and bilberries, and Kleina Icelandic twisted doughnuts with caramelised whey. The restaurant itself is located inside an old salt factory, which adds to the unique atmosphere when dining here.

Address: Grandagarður 2 | Telephone: 00354 571 8877 |

Íslenska Flatbakan
Íslenska Flatbakan is the only vegan pizza restaurant in Reykjavik, specialising in sourdough pizza bases

Address: BAEJARLIND 2 KOPAVOGI | Telephone: |

Noodle Station
The original Asian noodle bar in downtown Reykjavik, Noodle Station is family owned by the Thaipresert family and has quickly become popular across the city. Expect chicken, beef, and vegetable soups, served with egg or rice noodles. The big, hearty bowls are the talk of the town, explaining why the dark wooden tables are often full.

Address: Laugavegur 86 | Telephone: |

Good Quality Restaurants

Sumac Grill + Drinks
Sumac Grill + Drinks is a new restaurant that brings together typical Icelandic fare with exotic Middle Eastern and North African twists. Former head chef of the Blue Lagoon restaurant and coach of the national Iceland cooking team, Þráinn Freyr Vigfússon, has created a unique menu that brings Moroccan and Lebanese foods to the Icelandic capital for the first time. Eggplant, hummus, pomegranates, spices, and marinated eggs are just some of the top-notch ingredients that will feature, and the dishes are paired with Reyka Vodka flavours.

Address: Laugavegur 28 | Telephone: 00354 537 9900 |

Mat Bar
Mat Bar is a high-end restaurant, deli, and bar located at the end of one of Reykjavik's main shopping streets. The owner aimed to combine Italian and Scandinavian flavours. Guests are served at simple wood and metal tables, with tasty dishes including Arctic Char with caper butter and almonds, arancini with mushrooms and parmesan cheese, and baked fennel with oranges and chilli. Local fine wines and beers are also served to accompany dishes.

Address: Hverfisgata 26 | Telephone: +354-788-3900 |

Kol Restaurant
Kol adds a modern twist to Iceland's not-so-famous culinary heritage, bridging the gap between modern inventions and foodie traditions. In a wood-lined two-storey restaurant, chefs cook up delights including fish, steaks, tartes and pastries from the open kitchen, all washed down with expertly crafted cocktails.

Address: Skólavörðustígur 40 | Telephone: +354 517 7474 |

Forréttabarinn
This centrally-located restaurant makes use of locally-sourced ingredients and an intimate atmosphere to create a unique culinary offering. The interior walls are grey with beech wood tables, and the exterior walls have a modernist mural painted on them. Popular dishes include hot smoked salmon of the house and herb crusted lamb fillet and confit of lamb shoulder with parsnip puree and mushrooms.

Address: Nýlendugata 14 | Telephone: |

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