Reykjavík’s newest foodie hotspot is Baka Baka, a charming cottage smack in the center of the city, serving pastries by day and pizza by night. Naturally, we went twice so we could try both! The pastries are easily the best in town, with inspiration from Hart Bageri in Copenhagen. We feasted on cardamom buns, doughnuts, ham and cheese croissants, and chocolate chip cookies. (The only thing we weren’t wowed by was the coffee, so head to one of the local roasters instead to get your java fix.) The pizza was as impressive as the pastry selection, with a fluffy dough and seasonal toppings. We ordered the Bianca II, with oyster mushrooms, truffle dust, garlic, onions, and a delicious white sauce. Added bonus? There’s a nice selection of natural wine to go with your pie.
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BAKA BAKA Address & Contact Information Bankastræti 2, Reykjavík, Iceland Website Instagram Facebook
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