A Changing of the Seasons
Welcome to the enticing and inviting Café Haiti
In autumn, when the weather inevitably starts cooling down, Café Haiti serves as one of those cosy, unpretentious places where you can pop in to warm your toes and enjoy an excellent cup of coffee from beans roasted every morning right on the premises. Here you can start your day early with a hot latte
or cappuccino, along with a freshly baked croissant or two, for this is one of the few places in the downtown area that opens for breakfast—8.30 am to be precise. There is also an enticing array of home baked cakes and pastries should you feel the inclination for a little something sweet.
The laid back atmosphere is also a favourite with locals for lunch—quiche, fish and vegetable soups served with freshly baked bread are offered. Try the smoked salmon on toast, or the always fresh ‘catch of the day’, fished right from the waters of Faxaflói Bay. A steaming bowl of plokkfiskur, a traditionally Icelandic fish stew, is just the thing to warm you after an afternoon of whale watching at the Old Harbour.
Café Haiti is great place to do some ‘people watching’, for it´s as popular with tourists as it is with Icelanders. You might even spot a well known Icelandic celebrity or two while you’re at it. Enjoy!Café Haiti
Geirsgata 7a • 101 Reykjavík
+354 588 8484