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All reviews panini wraps kebab baked beans curry soup pecan pie bread fish and chips salmon breakfast special indian chicken quick bite free wifi the main shopping street healthy food light lunch hit the spot
We wanted to stop somewhere close to our hotel (Sandhotel) and this gem was only a couple doors down. It is a small café but the sandwiches are delicious! So much flavor and we were very pleased. Would definitely go there again.
Durum was our first taste of food in Iceland and it really impressed!! We had a few hours on our first day to explore the town before a jammed schedule of trips so just wandered past Durum and decided to go for lunch. The menu...More
Popped in here to escape the rain after visiting Hallgrimskirkja.
It was empty when we arrived and filled up a little while we were there. The coffee was very good and the cakes looked great, but I didn't indulge.
Definitely recommend Durum if you need...More
We ate here almost everyday. Soup was amazing. It was a creamy curry soup. Iceland overall was a great experience and this place was a great, quick and delicious pit stop at the beginning of the day. I wish it was closer to home so...More
Out for a morning stroll we happened across Durum. The prices are really good, service fast and they have a tea selection to rival the UK. Would definitely recommend if you're in need of a quick drink before going elsewhere
My wife and I stopped in because we were looking for a place with good fish and chips, and this place did not disappoint. It has a mom and pops feel with great food. I had the fish and chips and my wife had the...More
Had a family lunch for four. Some great sandwiches and soups and the coffee was very good too. Would recommend for a light lunch in between visiting the surrounding attractions; 5 minute walk from Hallgrímskirkja. Would visit again.
We found Durum by chance in our first day in Reykjavík and so glad we did because we kept going back. My kids had a hot chocolate, according to them ‘the best hot chocolate ever!’ And I had a latte which was also the best...More