Brauð & co (Bread & co) is an artisan bakery renowned for its organic sourdough bread and buttery danishes. Here, guests can observe the bakers at work and ask them about ingredients, methods or the weather (every Icelander's favourite subject).
Iceland's most renown smørrebrød (danish open-faced sandwiches) restaurant, Jómfrúin, operates a small but lively booth at Hlemmur. The chefs at Jómfrúin strive to uphold the smørrebrød tradition while invigorating it with local ingredients.
SKÁL! is an experimental bar & restaurant with a focus on foraged Icelandic ingredients and local traditions. Behind SKÁL! are chef and entrepreneur Gísli Matthías (founder of Slippurinn and Matur og Drykkur) and Björn Steinar Jónsson, founder of the Saltverk saltworks in Reykjanes.
Micro Roast Te & Kaffi is coffee bar with a focus on freshly-roasted and seasonal coffee, experimentation ad and craftsmanship. Te & Kaffi serves all things coffee-related as well as a range desserts and snacks. Their fair trade coffee is shipped daily from their roaster at Aðalstræti only a few blocks away.
Kröst is the brainchild of Böðvar and Agnar Lemacks. Böðvar having earned his stripes at steakhouse Grillmarkaðurinn. Kröst specializes in fine French wines, cured meats, and various grilled delicacies. Kröst stands the test of time.
At Rabbar Barinn, you can enjoy fresh, locally-grown vegetables, bright flowers, warming soups, juicy sandwiches, and wholesome juices. Bryndís Sveinsdóttir transports the freshest available produce directly from volcanic soil into the city's tote bags.
Authentic Vietnamese street food: Vietnamese coffee and bánh mí sandwiches formed at a crossroads between French and Vietnamese cuisine. This medley of crisp pickles, savoury meats, sriracha, and fresh aromatics may just be the perfect sandwich. All based on Davíð Viet Quoc's secret family recipe passed down through generations of cooks.