Gamla Smiðjan

Gamla Smiðjan

Published January 1, 2015

This welcomed addition to Reykjavík’s pizza palette has been steadily winning over fans since it opened for business, and with good reason. Gamla smiðjan seems to handle every single order with care, love and respect. As the dining area is sparse, locals usually opt for take-out.

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