Eldsmidjan at Bragagata is very close to Listasafn Einars Jonssonar, a sculpture museum/park. The park is open to everyone 24/7 free of charge but the museum itself has a small entrance fee. A trip to the museum, stroll in the park and then a pizza at Eldsmidjan is the recipe to a perfect evening.
Ask any Icelander you meet where you can get the best pizza in Reykjavik, they‘ll all answer the same; Eldsmidjan. Eldsmidjan was one of the country‘s first pizzerias and now, 25 years later their popularity hasn‘t dwindled at all. It‘s a first-rate pizzeria with three outlets in central Reykjavik.The menu is very inventive and the possibilities seem endless, you can choose from now fewer than 46 toppings. The pizzas are all baked over open fire from aromatic birch, which is one of the things that make them extra special. Residents are very devoted to Eldsmidjan, and it seems that the place has established a whole generation of old fans, although newcomers are always welcome.
Laugavegur 81, Reykjavik-Centre, 101View Larger Map
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