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As the name indicates, the coffee beans come from Haiti and roasted in-house for optimum freshness.

Elda Thorisson-Faurelien opened Café Haiti in 2007 and is the owner of the place. There is a steady stream of coffee-loving customers who come to enjoy Elda’s freshly roasted coffee every day, which she imports from her home country. Elda is well familiar with coffee, working in a coffee field from a young age in her home region

Iceland & Haiti unite

Elda has a variety of cakes and pastry, made by herself, as well as cooked food; a rich and delicious fish soup, a Haitian chicken dish, the Icelandic “plokkfiskur” (a kind of fish fricassée) with rye bread, and a variety of pies and pastry, accompanied with wine, beer or soda.

We had a really great breakfast. Chicken mushroom and cheese sandwich as well as pepper and mushroom cheese sandwich. Cozy place and very good prices for Iceland. Great find.

Dene T.

My husband and I stopped in for breakfast after flying into Reykjavik early in the morning. Be warned the opening time Is more of a suggestion 🙂 the breakfast was delicious I had the 2 eggs, bacon, coffee, and toast. My husband had the eggs, bacon, toast, jam, juice, coffee, and cheese. My plate was 2,200 and my husbands was 2,550 Icelandic so it wasn’t a cheap breakfast. But the atmosphere was very nice and it was a very good and filling breakfast.

Kristin R

I absolutely loved this place. During my stay in Reykjavik I went to this cafe twice and both times for breakfast.
The food was very nice,portions were big (what is good if you want to start with nice big and filling breakfast) price reasonable and very nice staff.
I just loved it there because the place was very cozy and close to town.
One of the must go place if you are looking for good food.

Terezka T.

Sitting right on the harbor, this is our favorite breakfast places….especially the porridge. It is worth the walk to get there, you won’t be disappointed.


During my visit to Reykjavik, I ate here every day! Elda and her husband, Woki are so welcoming and full of life! The atmosphere in the cafe is very warm and relaxing! The food is delicious!! They have a nice variety of teas and coffees ….I really enjoyed this place! When I visit the city again, this is one of the places that I will revisit!

Zakiya B

Cafe Haiti is a good option when you´re looking for something different and cheap for Reykjavik standards. The place has a nice atmosphere, friendly lady in charge and wifi. Although they have a small menu, we enjoyed the food and felt like going back.

Odon S