This superb waterfront restaurant on the point in Grundarfjörður is operated by seasoned restaurateurs who have created a lively menu of Icelandic dishes,…
- BTop ChoiceBjargarsteinn Mathús
- FTop ChoiceFjöruhúsið
It’s well worth following the stone path down to the ocean’s edge for the renowned fish soup at beautifully situated, quaint Fjöruhúsið. Located by the…
- NTop ChoiceNarfeyrarstofa
This charming restaurant is the Snæfellsnes’ darling fine-dining destination. Book a table on the 2nd floor for the romantic lighting of antique lamps and…
- FTop ChoiceFosshotel Hellnar Restaurant
Even if you’re not overnighting at Hótel Hellnar, we highly recommend having dinner at its restaurant, which sources local organic produce for its…
This old fish-packing house has been transformed into a wood-lined cafe-bar with harbourfront outdoor seating. The speciality is blue-shell mussels…
On the road into town, this bakery is a good choice for a quick breakfast or lunch. Stock up on sugary confections such as kleinur (traditional twisty…
This upbeat establishment on the main road cheerfully fills a blond-wood building with a broad front deck. The only gig in town besides fast food, it does…
- SStapinn Café
This small but welcoming cafe along the main road serves coffee drinks and a range of snacks, from cake to lamb schnitzel and burgers (including a vegan…
This friendly pýlsuvagninn (hot-dog wagon) has the best hot dogs in town. Each menu item is named after someone from Stykkishólmur.
- CCafé Emil
In the Saga Centre, this cheery cafe is tops for cappuccinos, hot soup and sandwiches.
Casual spot for grabbing a pizza, burger, nachos, fish and chips, and beer, with a nice deck for sunny days.
The Meistarinn hot-dog and sandwich wagon has menu items named after members of the Danish royal family.
Small supermarket and N1 petrol station with a grill.
- PPrimus Café
Welcoming spot for cakes, soups and simple meals.
Groceries; near the swimming pool.