Last week I took you to St.Vincents in Antwerp, this week I am heading back to Reykjavik for some shopping fun, I already showed you some of my souvenirs on the blog and on Instagram which I was happy to find in Reykjavik, like the Mad et Len candles and box with lava stones, that is quite hard to find, and test, in stores.
I remember visiting Myrin last year at the harbour area, short after that they moved into one of Reykjavik’s shopping malls, definitely not my favourite idea of shopping as I prefer to wander through town and just pop in and out smaller stores but their amazing wall with overall black accessories was definitely worth the trip. Mýrin’s collection includes furniture, gifts, fashion, jewellery, and home accessories, making this the ideal place to find both local design and foreign brands.
Myrin – Kringlunni 4-12 Reykjavik | website: Myrin
Glo, Laugavegur 20b | Vegan, raw, healthy, delicious lunch Loved this place, see website here !
Pizza with no name Hverfisgata 12 | Great pizza in a beautiful setting Really nice place!
Kex, Skúlagata 28 | Cosy hostel bar and bistro
Snaps, Þórsgata 1 | Atmospheric brasserie, simple yet fantastic food.
Dill, Hverfisgötu 12 | Fancy and wonderful
Baejarins Beztu, Tryggvatagata 1 | The best hot dog in town
Coocoo’s Nest, Grandagarður 23 | Great brunch and straight forward dinner in the old fishing harbor
Matur og drykkur, Grandagarður 2 | Foods inspired by old Icelandic cuisine.
Interested in this years DesignMarch and Icelandic design, check out these former posts:
Icelandic design | New ceramics by Postulina
HROSS | Icelandic horses photography book
DesignMarch 2016 festival | Spark design space
Icelandic design | Reykjavik School of Visual Arts X Aurum
Icelandic design | Design by the sea at Museumspace Seltjarnarnes
NORR11 Reykjavik interiors store & new collection
Icelandic design | Black clay & molten lava candleholders