The 5 minute wait was worth it. Delicious waffles that you could smell on the street with great cream and jam. Pretty good mokka too.
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We stopped at this little cafe for hot chocolate. It is a small, but welcoming restaurant. You order at the counter, but there is comfortable and casual seating. The hot chocolate was good, but not the best I had in Reykjavik.
Although it doesn't look much from the outside , Mokka is a real nice and cosy cafe. They serve great tasting coffee and a fine selection of sweet and savoury treats. The interior decor is v-stylish, consisting of slightly dated bench 'booths' and a faded...More
A group of us stopped in here whilst we had a few hours to explore before our flight, staff were really friendly and helpful, coffee was good and the cake hit the spot perfectly. Worth a stop in for a cuppa whilst you are shopping!
Hot chocolate was REALLY good and sitting outside was so nice on a warm summer night. The chairs they have outside are on a nice shopping street with views of Hallgrimskirkja church.
I spent an afternoon in Reykjavik, and I found this amazing place. The place is small but very picturesque and quaint, it's known to be visited by loads of artists. We ordered some fresh waffles, which were probably the best waffles I've ever had in...More
The inside of Mokka smells of fresh waffles and cappuccino, making it an inviting atmosphere from the start. As a solo traveler, this was a great spot to start off and plan out my day. The menu is fairly priced and coffee is delicious. Get...More
Coffee quality and employee skills never disappoints. This is the only coffee house I would drop by when in Reykjavík.
A little central cafe with some cases,and Good art on the Wall.The Icelandic artist Trygvi Olafsson.I was told to go there,and had a fine visit there.That was right,I met a clever lieder of a Famous choir there and a painter too.