Gaulverjabæjarvegur, Selfoss, Iceland
So many nice and cheap things 💚
There is some cheap food, when I lived in Iceland for a moth, I've always shopping in that place. Well, I survived, and I spent just about 200 euros. Offcourse my needs were wery low, but still.
This is the cheaper supermarket in Iceland and has a great variety of products (some you can't get in other supermarkets). The only downside to this is that the fruit and vegetables are not the best quality from what I've experienced. Also, not EVERYTHING is cheaper here, but a lot of things tend to be so bare that in mind.
Not as cheap as it's made out to be
Bonús is my safety net