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Kaffigott

3 locals recommend

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Bertha
Bertha
October 20, 2017
The best cakes in Iceland, wonderful atmosphere and great location by the coast.
Guðrún
Guðrún
September 13, 2017
A cozy Cafe in central Stokkseyri with delicious home made cakes, waffles and quality coffee. You can also enjoy a light lunch with soup of the day and bred.
Jóhanna
Jóhanna
June 27, 2018
Kökurnar eru allar bakaðar á staðnum og eru sérstaklega góðar og á góðu verði. Kaffihúsið er í fallegu gömlu húsi sem heitir Gimli og er með útsýni yfir allt þorpið. Notalegur andi.

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Location
Stokkseyri
Phone468 1486