Hverfisgata 12, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland
Portions are small, like a tapas restaurant. Food was tasty, tried different dishes based on recommendation from the waiter - good choices. It was a good experience to try some local cuisine. The cod was very good. They only have 3 desserts so we tried them all. The best was the apple pie, which was more like a cake. The pudding was good but not as good as the cake. Overall I'd recommend.
Cool place but not a big hit during the summer. Looks like a great place to hang during winter months
This was the brewery I've been looking for in Scandinavia. So many great craft beers on tap, but also very limited edition bottles that aren't broadcasted in a menu. The bartender breaks them out after having a great conversation with you about beer, travel, and more. It is a small, intimate place to truly turn craft beer consumption into an opportunity to get to know other people, and explore your own tastes. I'll be back.
First of all the building this place is in is amazing. It has stuff going on in all levels. It's very cute and cozy, very comfortable to hang out. Our waiter was very helpful and super nice. The rest of staff seemed to be as well. Their beer was very good and they even had a gluten free IPA that they brew so I was very happy about that. I had the Korean fried chicken and honestly it was probably some of the best chicken I've had. It's an appetizer so it's not a huge amount but it is so worth it. My boyfriend had pizza and said it was amazing. It's a sourdough crust and it sure did smell excellent. Over all this was an excellent experience and we were so happy we randomly chose this place on our first night in Reykjavik.
Been to M&F in 3 different countries and this is my least favorite, but not really their fault since Iceland beer laws are still strict. I was expecting more variety but oh well. The environment is cozy, music is great, nice upstairs view, and my beer was great. So not all that bad.