In the town centre lies this coffee shop, like all of Iceland it’s expensive but it does great coffee and better cakes.
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I was heading out of Reykjavik and wanted to bring a coffee with me to the airport. I stopped in here real quick and was sad I hadn't been in before the day I was leaving! It's a coffee shop but also a book store...More
I loved going for a coffee to this Te & Kaffi. Not only because of the venue (you have to go through a book store first. The cafeteria is on the third floor) but also because, even if it's in the middle of the city,...More
The pastries were not to sweet. The service was very sweet. There are several places to sit and clean bathrooms. Magazines and a great view.
Te & Kaffi is the Icelandic version of Starbucks. Having said that it has better coffee and sandwiches, but the prices are higher. The service is great and friendly. They do have wifi and a lot of people use Te & Kaffi as their ad...More
There are several Te & Kaffi shops in Reykjavik, we were walking along Laugavegur and decided to get a coffee and pastry, and to take advantage of their free wifi. This Te & Kaffi is in a bookstore, along with a pastry/sandwich counter. There were...More
Great coffee, and also I had a lovely Chai latte. Nice spot to seat in or even to grab and go, because it is well located at Laugavegur st. Also, I got a few souvenirs like magnets, postcards and one of the tale books about...More
We had a coffee Break in there. Concept Feels like its local Starbucks and they even serve "Frappe" - or maybe it was Frappo. I took a piece of cake and Caramel Frappo (1.500 ISK) and my spouse had Tea. Frappo was tastefull as well...More
While wandering around downtown this is my usual place to stop for a coffee. What I like most about this place is because you can enjoy your time reading a book or magazine from the shop downstairs while sipping on your cup of chai latte...More
I enjoyed hanging out on the deck while my wife shopped in the bookstore. She thought the coffee was very good, and she is quite demanding when it comes to her coffee. I can't comment on the food, but the vibe on the deck was...More