Rasta music plays in this place while you snack on dried fish and Icelandic haggis. The staff are friendly enough. This place has locals and regulars to people on nights out on holiday. Food quality is average.
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Cozy and affordable option right in front of a lot of shops. You can stay here for a your "pit stop".
The place was empty when we walked in. Jamaican music booming out. We had a couple of cold platters but the soup was not available. Friendly enough people and the food was ok. Price ok. A bit of a grubby place but at least they...More
We´ve been here several times for a drink and we always return. The place is very cozy and warm and we like it a lot. It´s always very quiet but then again, we have only been here during the daytime.
Reyk City is a walking city so it's great to find a place that's warm and you can people watch. Koffin is great for this. My friend and I drank hot beverages, surfed wifi and ate the blackest, yummiest double chocolate cake I've ever eaten....More
I came to Kofinn my first night in Reykjavik. I was looking for a drink and small entree. The restaurant is kind of like a dive bar, that has a good selection of local craft beer and a varied menu. I ordered a Viking beer,...More
Go and have the Viking White Pale Ale....! For non Icelanders it's always shocking to see the prices - but hey, you knew it before you went. Cozy place to rest while strolling through the city or for a beer after dinner.
Go before 19:00 and it makes the price a little more reasonable. 1100 ISK for two beers is as good as you'll get anywhere and this is a cosy and intimate bar right in the centre.
Big advertisement outside for free croissant with any coffee but they've always run out of croissants 'because it was busy'. They only tell you this after you've paid and then try to sell you an expensive cake. Total rip-off.