Hlemmur Food Hall just opened in 2017. Located in the old central bus station it offers a great variation of both national and international dishes. 10 different vendors guarantee that you and everybody in your party or group find something to eat.
The vendors are:
An artisan bakery renowned for its organic sourdough bread and buttery danishes. While you wait you can see the bakers work and see what they use for their delicious bread.
Iceland's most renown smørrebrød (danish open-faced sandwiches) restaurant, Jómfrúin, operates a small but lively booth at Hlemmur.
Taqueria la Poblana serves authentic Mexican tacos and other delicious fare from the region.
SKÁL! is an experimental bar & restaurant with a focus on foraged Icelandic ingredients and local traditions.
Micro Roast Te & Kaffi is coffee bar with a focus on freshly-roasted and seasonal coffee, experimentation ad and craftsmanship.
Ísleifur serves fresh ice cream made from local dairy and other high-quality ingredients.
Kröst specializes in fine French wines, cured meats, and various grilled delicacies.
At Rabbar Barinn, you can enjoy fresh, locally-grown vegetables, bright flowers, warming soups, juicy sandwiches, and wholesome juices.
Authentic Vietnamese street food: Vietnamese coffee and bánh mí sandwiches formed at a crossroads between French and Vietnamese cuisine.
A family-run business from Reykjavík's vesturbær ( the west of Reykjavik) focused on fusing Mediterranean and Icelandic traditions.