Tag: Local food
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.
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.
Driving the Golden Circle is a great opportunity to explore local food and other activities along the way. Here are some of my favorite foodie stops along the famous route. Make sure you don't miss out!