“oFf mENU”


This year Food & Fun introduces a new feature called “OFF MENU”.
This category consists of “Gastro Pubs” and “Street Food” places and will be serving exceptionally prepared dishes in that style.

“OFF MENU” makes it possible for guests to experience Food & Fun in a new and exciting way and try out individual courses from top international guest chefs.



Bjórgarðurinn (The Beer Garden) is a welcome addition to Reykjavik. Opened in 2015 in Fosshotel Reykjavik, it has become a popular spot to dine on delicious food, grab a refreshing beer and spend time with friends or family. It’s a great meeting place for beer lovers and foodies alike.

Collaborating Chef: Esteban Morales



Brass kitchen & bar is a restaurant in the heart of Reykjavík and is located in the 4 star Aldahotel, laugavegur 66-68. Tasty food light and agile service in a cozy environment.

Collaborating Chef: Jesse Miller





KORE has been generating a lot of hype since they opened in june 2018. It’s the first and only Korean influenced street food joint in Iceland and is located in the Grandi Food Hall.

The Restraurant serves street food with Korean and „L.A. twist“ to it. KORE does what mothers around the world have been telling us for centuries not to do. Play with our food.

Collaborating Chef: Deuki Hong


Public House

At Public House Gastropub, we put an emphasis on serving fun dining along with some quality ambience. We use Icelandic ingredients but we add some “japanese flair” to our dishes as we like to have fun with our food and drinks. We serve the courses as they’re ready.

All the courses at Public House Gastropub are small courses. As it‘s very important to us that you‘ll be happy and satisfied at the end of the night, we would like to point out that we recommend 3-5 courses per person for a full meal.

Collaborating Chef: Mark Morrans