Café Haiti is an unpretentious little café that serves up a great cup of coffee, from beans roasted fresh every morning right on the premises. Here you can start your day with an excellent latte or cappuccino, along with a croissant or two; for this is one of the few places in the area that opens for breakfast - 8.30 to be precise. The laid back atmosphere is also a favourite with locals for lunch - quiche, fish and vegetable soups served with fresh bread. More fish dishes are slated to be added to the menu - Icelandic plokkfiskur (a traditional Icelandic thick fish stew), a delicious cod tartare, smoked salmon on toast, and a good solid ‘catch of the day’ dish.
This summer, Café Haiti will be extending its menu to include authentic French crepes, both savoury and sweet. Served on the terrace, I can just image that lovely warm aroma of hot crepes, that will undoubtedly draw in the crowds. See more here