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All the title, by far the cheapest food available in Reykjavik. It's a budget supermarket and although prices are expensive you wont find anything cheaper than the Bonus supermarkets in the area.
The quality is very good as well, so no worries there!
If you are doing like me and going to an adventure around the country you need this ! We went to bonus in the keglan mall in reikjavik we bought a looooot of stuffs , the final prize was the same as one lunch that...More
This is a grocery store that I liken to Aldi that we have in the states. Predominately groceries. This store has all the necessities but not as much variety as we are used to in the states. We stopped in on our first day and...More
Well priced supermarket with funky reusable bags. We managed to find everything we needed for self catering. The walk in cold section was good and we enjoyed working out what was on sale ( my Icelandic is non existent). Food is expensive in Reykjavik but...More
When in Iceland we stayed at an Air bnb this was one of the best options to pick up essenntials... local beer is cheaper than water... You can find multiple locations offering fresh produce to underwear
This is the most important feature of Iceland if you are touring - this is a supermarket with prices that are set for the locals. We took advantage of the store our first night when restaurants were closed but Bonus still open. We were able...More
This chain of supermarkets is a great way to stock up on food items, thus keeping the meals to a budget as restaurants are expensive. I used it to buy lunch for day trips, items like yogurt and sandwiches. If you have a kitchen in...More
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Again, we did not visit many Bonuses. However, the one we did visit, although not particularly large, had a wide variety of foods. It was very close to the downtown area. I did read on Grapevine, however, that It was... More
Again, we did not visit many Bonuses. However, the one we did visit, although not particularly large, had a wide variety of foods. It was very close to the downtown area. I did read on Grapevine, however, that It was closing. I guess my advice is to check the Bonus website. With the cost of eating out, buying food at Bonus, or another grocery store, and having some meals in your room/condo, is a great idea. We also did that.