Awful teas and as wifi didn't work I didn't stay for anything to eat. Very nice staff and lovely surroundings. Pretty awful £4 pot of Chinese black tea. No English Breakfast! Shame. Lots of other places to go.
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If you want a good American style breakfast this is the place to go. There other choices which are equally as good so be adventuresome. We recommend this place without reservation.
Our flight arrived from the US early that morning and after bus to our airb&b and unpacking, we needed to stay up so walked to city center. Starving and looking for something to eat, found nothing open but a hotdog stand- of which we tried...More
Arrived here late as it was one of the few restaurants still serving food past 10pm. Ordered the steak tartar as an appetizer which had the texture of overhandled hamburger...flavor was ok I guess. Main course mussels were alright...wouldn't go back.
This place used to be one of my favourite out Doors restaurant in Reykjavik, New owners, New menu super dry chicken dry bread kebab Micro portions cold Dries and Michelin star prices. My last dinner after twenty years og enjoying this place in the past.
Located in the histoprical area downtown this is a little classier than most around and a good place for coffee.The service was attentive, the cake good and the coffee up to standard. The atmosphere is also good.
Grabbed a quick dinner here recently whilst visiting Reykjavik. Had the rump steak and a waffle with fruit and vanilla sauce. The steak itself cost 3900 and the waffle was around 1100. The steak was ridiculously overpriced for such a tough cut of meat -...More
We were sort of tired after a long flight and arrived in the morning and came to Cafe Paris. The pancakes make with bananas and carmel sauce were awesome. To tired to remember what the other had but they enjoyed it.