Top 5 Places You Must Eat At In Iceland!

5 places you must eat at while in Iceland!

1. Lebowski Bar
Address: Laugavegur 20b, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Phone: +354 552 2300
What to Eat/Drink: White Russians
Cost: $25/pp

Right in the middle of it all in Reykjavic is this must visit bar just for the different variations on the White Russian. The one with Cocoa Puffs is a must have! They have a offerings of different burgers, fries and bar foods but, we think you should skip all of that and just stick to the White Russians!

2. Laundromat Café
Address: Austurstraeti 9, Reykjavik 101, Iceland
Phone: +354 587 7555
What to Eat/Drink: Coffee drinks, beer,
Cost: $25/pp

With an actual launderette and a kids playroom downstairs, this is a fun place to come get a coffee and toasties while chatting about your adventures of the day! They have a basic selection of sandwiches including vegan choices. This is a great mid-day stop to grab a coffee (maybe with a splash of Bailey’s!) and nosh on sandwiches or pastries.

3. Torfan Lobsterhouse
Address: Amtmannsstíg 1
Phone: +354 561 3303
What to Eat/Drink: Langoustines by the grams and Skyr Cheesecake
Cost: $100/pp

1 word – Langoustines. You must dine at this fine dining restaurant to get your Icelandic Lobster/Langoustine fix. The lobster salad is a cheaper option and a great choice to taste the local langoustines but, we say you splurge and get 300 gr. of the Icelandic lobster! It’s worth every calorie. The Skyr and Blueberry cheesecake is deliciously fresh and surprisingly light – get it! They have local beers which are worth the try as well.

4. Lava Restaurant
Address: 240 Grindavík, Iceland (Blue Lagoon)
Phone: +354 420 8800
What to Eat/Drink: Langoustine Soup and Arctic Char
Cost: $45/pp

When visiting the Blue Lagoon to have the ultimate spa day, we recommend you go to the onsite restaurant, Lava, to have their creamy Langoustine Soup and Arctic Char. What actually put this restaurant on this list was their complimentary bread with Skyr laced butter served on a lava rock. We would go there again just to have the bread plate and langoustine soup!

5. Pylsuhusid Hot Dog House – Icelandic Hot Dog
Address: Ingolfstorg Square, Reykjavik 101
Phone: N/a
What to Eat/Drink: The Classic Icelandic Hot Dog
Cost: $10/pp

You’ll see hot dog stands everywhere in Reykjavic and locals joke that these hot dogs are their national dish! The hot dogs can be made of lamb, beef, and pork and can come with various toppings. Get the classic that comes with raw onions, fried onions, mayo, and a house mustard which is what makes this hot dog different than others. You’ll find that these hot dogs have a stronger snap than any other hot dog that you’ve had. For a cheap lunch or late night bite, head over to central square and get these hot dogs!

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