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✅ Taste the delicious lamb soup that every Icelander grew up loving.
✅ Have home made Icelandic ice cream from a secret family recipe.
✅ Enjoy a local cheese and seasonal meat tasting.
✅ Try the rooted tradition Skyr.
✅ Have a hot dog from the famous Icelandic hot dog stand.
✅ Taste “the best lobster soup in the world”.
✅ Enjoy a unique dessert from the pastry Axel Þorsteinsson.
✅ Secret local hangouts.
Available: All Year.
Duration: 4 hours.
Minimum Age: 4 years.
Group size: 10 persons – This tour is operated with small groups to ensure a personal and local experience for everyone.
Meeting Location: Austurbakki 2, 101 Reykjavík (Harpa Music Hall). We will also send you a personal email with all the details for the tour when we receive your booking.
Amazing food doesn’t just happen. Behind it are hard working families, fascinating stories, ambitious restaurants and age-old traditions.We are a small group of proud local food lovers who are passionate about sharing Iceland’s incredible cuisines with fun, hungry and curious travelers.
In the delicious Reykjavik Food Walk you will explore the down town area through 13 delicious traditional cuisines that you would never come across in your typical “to-do in Iceland” itinerary. For approximately 4 hours you will stroll around the city and visit 6 unique restaurants & shops with a knowledgeable local guide by your side.
You will visit everything from well-known ‘must visit restaurants’ to small family run businesses and secret local hangouts. While everything we will have on the tour is traditional Icelandic in some way we decided to leave the fermented shark, rams testicles and sheep head off the menu. Instead we explore why, we Icelanders are indeed proud of our local food by focusing on the absolute most delicious traditional cuisines, that we still enjoy today.
If you like unique cuisines, local restaurants and new friends you should definitely join the Reykjavik Food Walk tour, just make sure you show up hungry!