I usually go to the "better establishments"in Reykjavik when I get my coffee. This time I went to a place that servers just regular coffee, not the gourmet stuff I usually crave. I went to Laugarvegur, then main shopping street, and at almost the end of the street I found the newly opened Dunkin Donuts (opened in the summer of 2015). I was very lucky, got a parking space directly in front of the show. In the summertime this is a pedestrian street, but this late in the year, we can drive there. Went in got me a special offer, two donuts and a mid size coffee for 799 isk. According the the google currency coverter is about 6,30 usd or 5,61 euros. Got me a Boston Creme donut and some chocolate thingy donut. The coffee was pretty large, roughly 2,5 times what I usually drink, so I felt the effects when I got home after drinking it on the go. Donuts pretty good, but the competition is not that tough in the donut business in Reykjavik. Getting more intense on that level though, with many of the bakeries and Deli's going for the donut crowd. The coffee was surprisingly good. Americano that tasted strong and nice. I can see myself go there for the odd take away if I happen to pass by the place. I had a bagel at Dunkin Donuts the other day, and that was good. A mass producing chain like this did actually deliver a decent cup of coffee.