Decor is straight out of the 1970s - intentionally I think including doilies on the tables. Warm and friendly but disappointing food.
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Lovely little cafe to have a quick snack, Relaxed service. The coffee was lovely but the Swiss mocha is great (according with the girls I went with). We had 8 drinks, 4 cakes and 4 cheese and ham toasted sandwiches this cost 16000kr, which works...More
Don’t be fooled by the name - there was very little in the way of COOKIES on offer (we visited around 1pm) even more so very little anything sweet. The positives are thought what we did have, sandwiches and tea and hot chocolate were delicious...More
Starting out, we had a lovely Irish server! She was adorable! And we shared four different snacks, all different and all excellent. The coffee was fresh; unfortunately, when we were there, they were short on black tea😪. Otherwise, a wonderful afternoon stop! And she saved...More
I had coffee, hot chocolate and a croissant here. The staff was friendly and great a making coffee. This was a very nice place. They hold a lot of events in the evenings, like poetry readings.
One of my favorite spots for a reasonable lunch in the central part of Reykjavik. Usually have a good vegan soup with some fresh bread and friendly service. Every time I visit it is a positive experience.
If you need a little break from walking around then this is a great place - in a quieter neighborhood with friendly staff and great coffee (food looked good too but I didn't have any). I came here a few times, just wish they stayed...More
So pleased to find this place right across from our hotel. The vegan breakfast "flapjack" was delicious and filling, and we were happy to have non-dairy options for the coffee.
C is for cookie but it's not for ham and eggs which is what I ordered. I got two runny fried eggs on a plate with two cold slices of processed ham and a pice of toast served by a large silent bearded man. I...More