Where to eat
Reykjavík is absolutely safe and very pleasant for people who are on a gluten-free diet. The following guide will give you a nice overview of the wide selection of places where you can enjoy the local food and stay gluten-free.
Hákarl, Iceland's Fermented Shark or even the Rotten Shark is one of the weirdest things to eat in Iceland yet by some it is considered a delicacy. Find out all about it!
Skyr, the Icelandic Yogurt recipe that is rocking the world. Made by Vikings, kept Icelanders alive and is today the top choice for anyone looking to eat healthy. Find out all about it!
Eating in Reykjavík can be expensive. We are here to help! These bargain meals are great options for budget friendly eating in Reykjavík.
Icelanders might not be able to make vine but we can sure make beer and have mastered it. Here you have it a list of the Best Micro Breweries found in Iceland, some tips on Icelandic craft beer and anything a beer lover might want to know before visiting Iceland. Drink in the Icelandic culture!
There are some fabulous places to eat along the South Coast of Iceland. Snacks, lunches, relaxed suppers or formal dinners along the way - our café/restaurant guide has got them covered! Let´s go on a culinary journey from Hveragerði to Höfn!
Wherever you stop on the Snæfellsnes Peninsula, pure beauty and magnificent silence are your constant companions. A few guest houses, hidden in the middle of nowhere, offer first-class service and gourmet local food. Adorable, tiny fishing villages entice travelers to stay and enjoy the idyllic countryside and fresh seafood that comes straight off the fishing vessels. You just have to know where to look for these marvelous places.
Beer brewing culture is certainly on the rise in Iceland, since the day the Icelandic beer prohibition was lifted the trade has really prospered. Today, a fine selection of quality local craft beers are taking on the bigger beer brands, in Reykjavik beer culture is thriving like never before. Picking the best is an ongoing competition and a really tough one, but we’ve decided to try to show you the best!
Christmas, the time to eat and drink until you just can’t anymore. This is the time to be merry and what better way to celebrate than to say “SKÁL” with friends and family with some great Icelandic Christmas Beers.
Traveling as a vegan can be a bit tricky, especially when you don't know the language. Here is a guide to begin a vegan in Iceland starting with Reykjavík and then slowly I will add restaurants all around Iceland for everyone to enjoy whilst traveling in this paradise we call home.