Friendly staff, yummy food (sandwiches, skyr--of course!, and soups), bottomless coffee. What more could you ask for?
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You certainly cannot miss this place if you enjoy fresh lobster soup. Simple but delicious, served with all you can eat fresh breads. A perfect lunch , simple and delicious! The menu is small but service is great and the atmosphere is cozy . If...More
We just left Kaffi Bryggjan. We went there for our first meal in Iceland. They had a lobster soup lunch for $20 per person. They told us the soup was great so me, my wife, and 3 kids all got it. It was only broth....More
Grindavik is a small fishing town, totally dead on a Sunday, not a person on the streets. That’s because they were all in this place. Nice self-service lobster soup, I guess we came late and most of the flesh pieces of lobster had been fished...More
Stumbled into the place on the waterfront. Get there before the buses do. Has lobster soup and you can have seconds. You dip it yourself and can "fish" for the lobster, which is really langoustines (same everywhere).
The best lobster soup of my life. Nothing else to say. Traveling in Iceland and missing this soup is a mortal sin. The place is simple and magnificent for this. The soup has a 1 free refill. Cakes are also delicious. This place should be...More
I'm not even sure how we found this place. It is right on the water but it is somewhat off the beaten path. We had been told the soup was great here. It was a chilly and wet day, so we thought soup would hit...More
They advertise their lobster soup, but we were pleasantly surprised by a broad selection of cakes. Tip: pick the carrot cake! Free (regular) coffee refills. It’s located near the water with nice seating inside and outside. The interior design is inspired by the local fishery...More
Thank you ! We make all our our food fresh from scratch every day !
My friend and I stopped into this cafe for lunch before heading to the airport. It was a great find! The spot is cozy and the staff are lovely. The menu is limited to soup and a few open faced sandwiches along with some delicious...More