Quiet Romantic Places for Dining in Akureyri

Here's a list of Quiet Romantic Places for Dining in Akureyri recommended by our experts:

Rub 23

600 Akureyri , Kaupvangsstræti 6
Phone: 354 462 2223

Rub 23 is an Icelandic restaurant that uses ingredients from Icelandic fishermen and farmers . Ingenuity from Asia and America. We specialize in seafood and ... more

Te & Kaffi Akureyri

Hafnarstræti 91-93 IS-600 Akureyri
Phone: +354 660 7935

It can truly say that the history of the company is integrated with the coffee culture that has flourished in Iceland in recent years. When my husband and I ... more


Skipagata, Akureyri, Iceland
Phone: +354 464 1420

Welcome to the Staðurinn Restaurant, Akureyri, Iceland. Staðurinn Restaurant is a Vegetarian Restaurant in hart of Akureyri. We at Staðurinn Restaurant are ... more

Indian Curry Hut

Hafnarstraeti 100b | 600, Akureyri, Iceland
Phone: (+354) 461 4242

Indian Curry Hut is a very cozy little restaurant. got a very good right to the name Chicken 65 Afgreiðslustúlkan was also very nice

Cafe Kisimul

Main Street | Catlebay, Scotland , Akureyri
Phone: 01871 810645

At Cafe Kisimul we serve a range of freshly cooked meals using only the finest ingredients and local produce including Barra beef, lamb, fresh fish, seafood and...


Skipagata 14 , Akureyri

Perched on a fifth floor overlooking the harbor, this buzzing restaurant is better than the casual atmosphere suggests. Familiar dishes come with twists: ... more

Friðrik V

Kaupvangsstræti 6 , Akureyri

Owner and head chef Friðrik Valur is north Iceland's leading food pundit, with frequent newspaper columns, lectures, and TV appearances. Service is attentive ... more


Strandgata 11 , Akureyri

This low-key joint with American Route 66-style decor serves burgers (including veggie burgers) a notch above standard -- and proper milkshakes, too.


Hafnarstraeti 22, Akureyri 600, Iceland
Phone: (+354) 461 2100 / 863 1313 / 861 1313

The restaurant Örkin hans Nóa specializes in fresh seafood. The house is on the spot where the main harbour was located around 1900 and where the hart of trade...