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This former bus station building has been transformed into a beautiful food hall with different cuisines. Perfect stop during your walk around town or to start the evening.
Just recently open... Many restaurant inside this old bus station, now also food station.
Hlemmur Food Hall is inspired by the great European food halls. 10 ambitious vendors provide a sample of the best food Iceland has to offer. Hlemmur Food Hall opened in the summer of 2017.
Hlemmur Food Hall (Hlemmur Mathöll) just opened in Aug 2017. 10 different vendors provide a sample of great food, beer and wine; Mexican tacos, thai sandwiches, icelandic food, pastry, coffee, vegetables, ice cream made right in front of you! website: www.hlemmurmatholl.is/english
Hlemmur Food Hall is inspired by the great European food halls. Here, 10 ambitious vendors provide a sample of the best food Iceland has to offer.
Hlemmur,a central bus station,a food court,and first stop on the way to Laugavegur. Laugavegur is a shopping street with all kinds of shopping,restaurants,museums and bars.
From 1978 to 2017, Hlemmur served as the city's main transportation hub—busses still stop there, but the building itself has undergone a renaissance and is now home to a food hall that offers all sorts of different delicious food. There's certainly something here for everyone. You can get some of…
Hlemmur food hall, recently opened, relaxed atmo. Great coffee, bread, various fast food, "smörrebröd", Vietnamese food, Mexican food and more. Opens early for coffee and closes between 9pm and 11pm, depending.
“ Highly recommend this affordable seafood place. You can find them both at 'Grandi' and 'Lækjargata'. Really good quality.”
“This is a secret wine bar with a large selection of wines and a nice bar menu with small bites.”
“This restaurant is more upscale. It´s in Laugarvegur, the main street down town. It serves Lebanese and Moroccan cuisine. It´s great for sharing 3-4 plates and then finishing off with a dessert. ”
“A basic little park which is occupied by young hipsters and sun-loving crowd during the sunny days. Kids come here to play frisbee-golf, volleyball, soccer and the viking game "Kubb", which can be described as a mixture of bowling and horseshoes.”