Sidle up to the rough-hewn wood tables inside this tin-clad house, or kick back on the sunny terrace for flavourful, relaxed meals and local beer on tap. Groovy tunes play as staff serve fish, burgers, pizza and Ice…
Although the minimalist decor at Hótel Ísafjörður's restaurant lacks pizzazz, the food more than makes up for it. The strong selection of local cuisine, especially fish, is prepared with flair and the windows offer …
After a stretch of limited food options in remote Iceland, this small Thai canteen seems decidedly exotic. There’s no grand ambience but the curries and noodles are reliably tasty and served up in heaping portions.
For breakfast, lunch or a mid-morning sugar fix, Gamla is the best bakery in town and is usually packed for its full range of sweet treats (cookies, doughnuts and cakes) as well as fresh bread.
Voted Iceland’s best fast-food joint by national radio polls, this outpost attracts locals who gossip over Béarnaise burgers and pizza. Sport frequently plays on the TV.
Check to see if friendly Gata – part cafe, part outdoors store – is open for coffee, cake, paninis and fresh juice.
Moderately priced supermarket on the main road into town.