What to Eat
Reykjavík and Beyond, Iceland



At the heart of the culinary experience that is the Grillmarket is Iceland´s pristine nature. A close working collaboration with dedicated local farmers guarantees the very best in local produce and allows us to create a menu that´s a magical fusion of tradition and modern cuisine. Just some of the local products that feature on the menu are lamb, beef, trout, quail, skyr and honey.



Kol Restaurant

The cuisine is feel-good comfort food with a twist on classic cuisine. The menu offers a variety of starters, salads, fish, steaks, and desserts. The head chef, Sævar Lárusson is a young ambitious chef who has gathered years of experience at Reykjavík‘s best restaurants, working alongside many of the country’s most renowned chefs.




Höfnin is a family-run restaurant that Brynjar and Elsa set up in 2010. Special attention was paid to maintaining the spirit of the times and the “soul” of the house, the aqua greenhouses on the harbor are built in the 1930’s and served here as baiting sheds and fishing gear storage over the turn of the last century. The harbor is a two-floor restaurant and can seat up to 100 guests. With a magical view overseeing the marina, the local trade, and its community and to top it off you have the beautiful Esja mountain and the bay in the background. The Harbour focuses on classic Icelandic cuisine with a modern twist. Including popular dishes are; the shellfish soup which has become quite famous, also the mussels, the traditional fish stew, char and the Icelandic lamb and beef.