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Iceland's first food hall offers a selection of ten diverse and ambitious restaurants and grocers. At the Hlemmur food stalls, guests can enjoy a relaxing atmosphere and grab breakfast, lunch, and dinner to suit all tastes. You can sit down with a local brew and enjoy Iceland's natural bounty at Skál or grab a savoury sandwich on the go from our street food stall Banh Mi. Wherever the mood takes you.
There is something for everyone here. Went here 2 days in a row for lunch. Excellent food. Recommend the pho, the soup place, the Icelandic style hot dog, the cinnamon bun from brao and co. Everything is great and everyone can find what they like.
This is a great place to kill a few hours in Reykjavik if the weather is poor. This used to be a bus station and buses still use the area in the back of the property. This is a very cool food court of place....More
This is more of a food court so you can get almost anything you might fancy from pizza, to hot dogs, to pastries, soups. So you really cater for everyone here. Nice atmosphere. Good for lunch but gets very busy in the evenings. Seems to...More
This is kind of an indoor restaurant market, a la 4-5 bar areas that serve food, a few small take out booths and some seating around the outside of the rectangular shaped hall.
We were just two diners, so it was easy to find seating...More
The food court was within walking distance from our hotel and it was recommended to us by our guide. There were some good choices among the different establishments but I was disappointed that they didn't really have more typical Islandic dishes which I wanted to...More
This place is right next to the bus hub, so it's really easy to get to if you're not walking. I had the smørrebrød Jómfrúin and the food arrived very quickly and was very fresh. You can buy food and drinks from different stalls and...More
Who knew a "food court" could be so upscale and delicious?! My husband and I went to share a few small plates and we were so surprised by the amount and by the quality. There were so many choices, but we ended up having a...More