Sæta Svínið just recently had a 1 year anniversary. Since it’s opening day’s the Gastropub has proved itself being one of the best local places in Reykjavik for food and drink - offering tasty food and wide selection of Icelandic beers. The place looks comfy but yet stylish with aspects of vintage design. Sæta Svínið is ideal for groups and/or families and friends before a night on the town with casual and fun atmosphere and music.There are organized karaoke nights every Wednesday from 21:00.
Snaps is one of the more popular restaurants in Reykjavik. The menu is quite diverse with courses spanning everything from club sandwich to duck breast and baked salmon. Snap bistro has a strong connection to scandinavian cuisine - mainly danish tradition. There are no reservation to be made after 19:00, so we recommend coming early to make sure you’ll get a table as the restaurant usually fills up quite quickly - especially during weekends. Snaps is located in the same building as Hotel Óðinsvé.
Opening hours: Kitchen is open from 11:30-23:00 from Sundays to Thursdays and 11:30-24:00 Fridays and Saturdays. Breakfast every day from 07:00-10:00.
Reservations: Reservation can be made until 18:30 by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling +354 511-6677
Public House emphasis is one serving gourmet mini dishes along with good atmosphere. The Public House has a “japanese” flair to it’s menu. The restaurant approach is having fun with food and drinks. All courses are small courses and therefore recommended to have three to five courses for a full meal. You pair your own selection of dishes and can receive tip from the waiter on beer and drinks that go well along with your food. Public house is good for friends, groups or couples.