7 Budget Friendly Restaurants in Reykjavik (FREE Guide Book!)

If you’re not careful, eating can definitely be one of the most expensive parts of your trip to Iceland. Whether you are trying to make it through Iceland on a budget, or looking to save some money on a few meals, there are definitely some delicious options! I have 7 tried and true restaurants I love that are easy on the wallet.

This post is final part of the ultimate road trip planning series:

7 budget friendly restaurants in Reykjavik (+ FREE guide book!) |Life With a View

What’s in this E-book you ask?

  • 7 budget-friendly restaurants within walking distance in downtown Reykjavik
  • Open times and price guide
  • Menu recommendations
  • A helpful map to help you navigate sightseeing + eating

With this download, you also get access to the FREE resource library FILLED with printables, checklists, and guides to help you plan the best Iceland trip ever!

READ MORE:   10 Important Things to Know Before Visiting Iceland

Trip planning is hard enough as it is! That’s why I created this resource library, to make your life easier.

ALSO. When you sign up, you get instant access to the Iceland Travel Team Facebook group! A community of people to connect and interact with, ask questions, and share your awesome Iceland travel experiences!

**Already a member of the team? Click here to instantly download your Reykjavik eats on a budget guidebook!

Not a member yet? No worries, just enter your name and email address, and I send you the password to unlock the library!

*Please check your spam/junk folder if you don’t automatically get an email response.

Happy planning, Team!


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  • Eva
    February 11, 2017 at 5:32 pm

    Hello!! I’m so glad I found your blog. I’m headed to Iceland for a week in April, and although we’ve been planning the trip on our own, I still appreciate getting some good tips, especially when it comes to food. We will be on a tight budget and I want to allow myself to splurge on food from time to time, so your guide was very useful to get a glimpse of what Reykjavik has to offer. Thank you!

    • Jeannie
      February 23, 2017 at 9:44 am

      Awesome Eva! So glad I could help in your trip planning and thanks for saying hello! Have a great time in Iceland 🙂

  • Baiba
    February 6, 2017 at 7:56 pm

    Hi, Jeannie!

    I wanted to ask, whether You could accept my request on facebook page for tips for Iceland? Cause I would really like to read through a few more articles and stuff about Iceland, for example, places where to eat on budget etc. Particularly e-book guide. Looking forward to hearing from You.
    Thank You for Your posts, I was scrolling through interest and just by accident found Your blog. Amazing! Cause in the end of February me and my friend both are travelling to Iceland for two weeks. Really useful information You have there.

    Kind regards,

    • Jeannie
      February 23, 2017 at 8:38 am

      Hi Baiba, hope you are enjoying the Facebook group and getting lots of helpful tips! Really glad you found my blog – have a great time in Iceland 🙂