We had brunch at Laundromat. It's very central, and it's nice inside, sort of American diner style. The menu is quite varied for brunch, with a 'deal' of loads of various types of food for around £15 or so. It's quite expensive for what it is, and although the portion was large, it wasn't all great: scrambled egg very dry, the sausages just small frankfurter, some fresh fruit. The 'chocolate butter' was nice, so was the fresh bread. Decent coffee and good service. Expensive but then again everything is in Reykjavik.
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