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We were on a tour which stopped at Supa for lunch. The soups were very flavorful and great on a cold day. We tried 3 of the soups and each was tasty. We also tried the ham and cheese croissant which was a nice accompaniment...to the soups. The staff was also friendly.More
Any tourist spot will have overpriced food or snacks and Supa Geysir with one member of staff at lunch was no exception. Your friends and family would have time to order food then go buy souvenirs in the attached gift shop before paying!
It's certainly...the cheapest place around with only one alternative but only worth your time if you're desperate for sustenance.
There was a choice of four soups and an array of hot drinks makes it easy to choose, but unfortunately, nothing was actually great.More
My wife and I wanted something hot to eat after visiting the Geysir. The small menu of 4 vegetarian/vegan options was simple.
I had the tomato and basil and my wife had tex mex. Both came with a roll and butter. The soup was delicious...and hot. Price was about 3000kn for both.
Expensive for soup yes, but tasted great and standard price in Iceland.More
Fast food which wasn’t exactly fast. Also added complication of being very expensive given location and also across the road from the guysirs.
Six burgers and chips with soft drinks was around £75. Same standard as any other fast food burger joint.
Stopped in here after touring around. It was very busy, but the staff dealt with large numbers quite well.
Staff are polite despite the large numbers they have to serve.
Soups are lovely, husband enjoyed the tomato and basil.
I had a panini that was...so fresh and tasty, wraps and sandwiches on offer too.
You know Iceland is expensive but when food is so fresh it’s worth every Isk.
Expectations were low, ( based on other countries having lots of people to cater for) came away contented after enjoying a nice lunch.More