Cafe Flora - Reykjavik
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Café Flora is a delightful little café located inside a gazebo in the Reykjavik Botanical Gardens. Cafe Flora is known for its friendly environment, organic food and pleasant staff. It's open during the summer months from May 1st to September 30th. The menu is inspired by the location, and many of the ingredients used are grown organically in the garden. They grow their own vegetables, spices and herbs in the garden outside the kitchen. The focus is mainly on light and simple Scandinavian dishes, as well as coffee and baked goods.
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