C is for Cookie - Reykjavik
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The name of this cozy coffee shop, 'C is for Cookie', an homage to the beloved cookie monster, is indicative of the relaxed and playfully humorous atmosphere you can expect here. They want you to feel at home, the staff are friendly, the clients: artsy. It's the kind of place where you can sit all day with a laptop or a good book.
They specialise in cakes and hot chocolate, their pastries inspired by Icelandic, Polish and English baking styles. They sit on Týsgata 8, comfortably down town, while slightly off from the hustle and bustle of the Laugavegur high street.
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