KOL restaurant is among the top restaurants in Reykjavík Iceland. It's been around since early 2014 and already made it's mark with local & foreign foodies. The environment is pretty classy and trendy, the staff is friendly, and the decor is beautiful! It's a perfect dining place when celebrating e.g. a birthday, honeymoon or a night on the town with friends. The Restaurant is situated at Skólavörðustígur 40 in Reykjavík. The design concept is a mixture of warm modern Icelandic feel with international touch wherein furniture of designer Tom Dixon play the main role.Read more
"The all in one bar restaurant", Vegamót, is an elegant but casual two floor restaurant, located in the heart of Reykjavik.
Vegamót has it all – a relaxed cafe atmosphere, a diverse and a great value restaurant menu. So whether you're looking for a laidback taste of downtown Reykjavik, a cosy meal, or a mouth-watering cocktail – there's no better place to be. For years Vegamót has been a restaurant choice for Icelanders and still today it's a popular spot for locals to dine!Read more
On our last day, we traveled from Akureyri to Reykjavik which takes about 5 hours.
We spent the time exchanging good music, enjoying the scenery and discussing our favorite parts of the trip. I don’t recommend making this trip in such a short time, but we were excited to get to Reykjavik to enjoy a night on the town!Read more
In this post, you will find helpful information for travelers in Iceland—both basic travel tips and good links to have when planning your trip. If there is something specific you want to know about Iceland or if you have a hard time finding information online, don't hesitate to contact Tiny Iceland on any social media or leave a comment below the post.
This post is a collaboration between Tiny Iceland & Jenna @wanderthemap.Read more
What should have been a sleep in actually had me awake at 7.30am tending to neglected trip admin and worrying about the whereabouts of my favourite hat in the world. I first noticed it missing yesterday morning when I went to put it on. I know I didn't wear it out the night before to see the Northern Lights (part 4/5) so it must have gone missing earlier that day because sadly, it is nowhere to be found.
By Patches McGee, aka Naomi Doyle. (March 3, 2013)Read more
After all the excitement of last night (part 3/5), you'd have thought we'd earned a sleep in, but no. It was with great trepidation that I put my Holiday Bootcamp cap back on blew the whistle at 7am to rouse my jet lagged sister and sick mother. It was still dark outside and although they wanted nothing more than to stay in bed, I knew what wonders were awaiting them. I gently insisted they get up and get ready.
By Patches McGee, aka Naomi Doyle. (March 2, 2013)Read more
Iceland has been one of the leaders of sustainability for some time. The pristine environment and geographical isolation of Iceland means there is no need to use any harmful chemicals, pesticides, antibiotics or hormones on their livestock. Iceland is an 'island' so it is a given that there is an abundance of seafood. No post about Icelandic food would be complete without a good dose of seafood.
By Cherina Hadley @QuietwanderingsRead more
Hello from Iceland! It's hard to believe I've only been here for two days; I feel like I've had the chance to do so much. I can't even explain to you how spectacular it is... or how cold, much more so than I'd expected And still I've fallen in love. So, I thought I'd take you on a tour of the smallest big city, Reykjavík and the Golden Circle. Shall we? By Danielle E. AlvarezRead more
The 1998 film The Big Lebowski by the Coen brothers is not only a film, it has now become a lifestyle. With the emergence of the Lebowski Bar in Reykjavik, everyone can now be a part of The Dude‘s peculiar world.
Lebowski Bar goes all in, in every way, having divided the interior into four separate themes—bowling alley, a southern-style porch, a ‘50s diner, and a kind of ‘60s playboy lounge bar on the upper floor.Read more
*Updated June 2016 - Unfortunately Tíu Dropar has closed down. I will update if they open up again in a different location in Reykjavík. Tíu Dropar is one of the oldest cafés in Reykjavik, hidden away in a basement located on Laugavegur 27, downtown Reykjavik. 'Grandma-style' interior, traditional-style cakes, brunch, dinner and other delicacies awaits you. Every night at Tíu Dropar there is happy hour from 6-9pm were you can get 2 for 1 on wine & beer. Then from 10pm-1am Icelandic musician performs lovely tunes. Check Tiu Dropar Facebook page to see the artist schedule.Read more
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