Halldór’s Café satisfies locals and travellers alike
Guests at Halldór’s Café are greeted by the scent of steaming soup and freshly baked bread as they walk through the door. Across from Vík’s shoreline with its black sand beaches, Halldór’s Café serves up small dishes like soup of the day or salads with tuna, chicken or just feta along with bigger meals of fish, lamb or chicken. Originally, Halldór’s Café was a general store, built in 1831 to meet all of the needs of Vík. Today, it continues to satisfy patrons with its menu which has something for every
Halldór’s Café supports artists with a rotating display of local talent featured on its walls, and serves up steaming cups of coffee and cake, ideal for meeting and greeting old friends or new acquaintances. Halldór’s Café opens in the middle of April and closes for the season in the middle of September. Its hours are 11:00 to 22:00 or 23:00, but Fridays can turn into late nights, with the cafe remaining open until 1:00 am with its fully stocked bar providing a late night place to grab a drink.