VON mathús emphasises on seasonal Icelandic cuisine combined with ingredients that complement each dish perfectly.
This beautiful building dates back to the 1860s. Today, a delicious menu includes the acclaimed seafood buffet (from 6pm). The "a la carte" menu includes traditional salted cod with almonds and shrimps in lemon butter – tender lamb creations are also a big hit, along with the famous Surf & Turf.
Fish Market Restaurant uses Iceland’s freshest ingredients to prepare original fish, meat and sweet dishes with a modern twist. We buy direct from the country’s farmers and fishermen to guarantee the sustainability and quality of our dishes.
Kopar is a rustic style innovative restaurant in an inspiring location by the harbour. On the menu, new methods and classic recipes converge, using traditional ingredients together with some surprising new ones.
The young Master Chef, Gústav Axel Gunnlaugsson had a passion for food since his early childhood but his biggest dream was always to open a great restaurant of his own. As soon as you find your seat at Sjávargrillið, you will realise that this restaurant is a dream which has come true.
At the Grill Market the seasons are in control of the menu which uses the freshest ingredients available - from the sea, heaths, lakes, rivers and farms. In our cooking methods we look at the origin of the ingredients and use fire, smoke, wood and charcoal to achieve deep, rich, earthy flavours which balance that freshness beautifully.
For the finest dining, nothing compares to Perlan (The Pearl) Restaurant. Whilst the superb cuisine will make your taste buds dance in delight, you will enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of Reykjavik and beyond as the restaurant gently completes a full rotation every two hours.
Welcome to DILL Restaurant, a new Nordic restaurant located downtown in Reykjavík! DILL Restaurant is the mindful creation of Chef Gunnar Karl Gíslason and Sommelier Ólafur Örn Ólafsson, pioneers of the New Nordic Kitchen in Iceland.
The Þrir Frakkar Restaurant was opened on March 1, 1989 and has always been run by the chef Úlfar and his family. The restaurant is conveniently located in the downtown area and is within walking distance of all the major shops and services in the city center.
Café Duus opened on the 26th of November 1998. It started as a small cafe with seating for 45 people, offering grill food and other snacks. The restaurant is located next to the old Duus houses beside the small boat harbour in Keflavik, with wonderful views over the harbour.
Langbest Asbru is a new and classy restaurant on Keilisbraut in building 771. This is a coffee house, restaurant and bar serving pizzas, grilled dishes and far more. The restaurant is large enough to seat 120 people and it is perfect for large groups or functions.
Fully licensed restaurant located in the Thorbergur Centre, a cultural heritage centre, with seating for over 60 guests. The daily menu offers specialties such as farm-raised arctic char (trout) and other traditional food. The facilities are ideal for smaller groups and meetings.