All you can eat and drink in Akureyri, Iceland

Find out the best spots to grab a meal before you head off to experience the cocktails, beers and whiskeys of the city.

For a taste of the finer things we’ve pulled together your restaurant checklist.

Head to Strikio for dinner with a view like no other. Overlooking Eyjafjörður, one of the longest fjords in Iceland, from the fifth floor, you can enjoy the best local produce at the heart of the city. 

The unmissable - Rub23 - specialises in fish, meat and sushi. This fusion experience means you can get a sushi pizza and smoke infused scallops on a black garlic mash (to name only a few) in a classic bento box. These alongside the lobster and salmon futomaki will leave you with a tantilising taste to remember.

For those looking for a more casual affair.

Breakfast lovers? Head to Berlin for a dose of all things breakfast, including avo on toast, grilled salmon and even belgian waffles. You can grab yourself a coffee and hang around until the lunch offerings begin at 11:30.

With large windows to gaze out of, Cafe Laut offers the best outlook to enjoy your soup-and-sandwich. With sweet treats as-well you can experience it all from the sun terrace or from within the architecturally magnificent cafe building.

A much loved cafe in Akureyri, at Blaa Kannan Cafe you’ll find bagels and paninis on the menu. Old chandeliers and decor give this cafe a homely feel, where you can enjoy a glass of wine as the evening draws in.

Need to grab and go? 

Who needs Burger King or McDonalds when you’ve got a hamburger factory - Hamborgarafabrikkan. A small chain restaurant, you get to choose from a selection of burgers, salads, ribs and puds. 

For a fresher fast bite, head to Serrano. Delicious, made to order, burritos and tacos to devour, you’ll want to keep grabbing more of the food on offer here.

Grab your supplies for the day from Kristjánbakarí, whether you’re heading out for a walk or wanting to enjoy a picnic in the local botanical garden. You can find cakes, pastries and small breads.

Having been given the title and accolade as the best Italian food in Akureyri, Lasagna and more is a charming takeaway offering every kind of dish, and catering for large bookings, making it small but mighty.

Experiencing the city at night.

You will probably be lucky enough to be in town when Græni hatturinn has an event on. The popular concert hall has a  year-round programme of events and has played host to a number of Icelandic musicians as well as international guests.

For a large selection of beers, head to Götubarinn. This small, charming bar brings to life the old world Akureyri.

For those looking for a stronger tipple, head to R5 where you can try a number of beers but some whiskeys, wines and spirits too.

If none of these take your fancy, browse the entire selection of Akureyri's restaurants on the official Visit Akureyri website.