• Búrið

    If you can handle the undefinable yet distinctive air of a true quality (also defined as bad smell) you should visit this place. Great selection of cheeses and excellent service. You can even attend a cheese class where the owner, Eirný, takes you on an adventure of delicious food and delightfully presented history. The locals love it!

    101, Grandagarður 35, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland

  • Brauð & Co

    By far the best sourdough bread in town. And cinnamon rolls (kanelbullar) from another world. Be careful. Worth every penny.

    Faxafen, Reykjavík, Iceland

  • Hagkaup

    One of the largest grocery store in Reykjavik, part of a grocery chain in Iceland. Here you can find everything from milk and beans to soap and jeans.

    Faxafen, Reykjavík, Iceland

  • Kjötbúðin

    You like real meat? Then this is the place you want to go to.

    Grensásvegur 46, Reykjavík, Iceland

  • Frú Lauga

    Adorable farmers market providing ingredients from all over the countryside. Organic vegetables, rhubarb conserves, meats, honey, and a range of carefully curated international pastas, chocolates, wine etc.

    Laugalækur, Austurbær Reykjavík, Iceland


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