If you are looking for a food and drink activity in Iceland then this culinary walking tour should be on your list!
In our fun Reykjavik Food Tour you will walk all around down town Reykjavik with an awesome local guide for approx. 3 hours and see the city’s most interestingattractions. As we explore Reykjavik in the funnest way possible, through food, we will enjoy more than 10 amazing local cuisines that you won’t find anywhere else than in Iceland.
The restaurants we visit are a variety of casual, fine dining and cosy family run businesses. Some are well-known “must visit restaurants” in Reykjavik while other aresecret local hangouts. For this tour we decided to focus on our absolute most delicious Icelandic cuisines and leave behind some less mouth-watering traditional cuisines – Like fermented shark, rams testicles and sour sheep heads! But your local guide will be more than happy to suggest to you where you can find such things.
Our Reykjavik Food Tour is safe, family friendly and the perfect local introduction to our delicious Icelandic food.
If you like unique cuisines, local restaurants and making new friends you should definitely join our Reykjavik Food Walk tour. Just make sure you show up hungry! An absolute must-do tour for any food lover visiting Reykjavik.
Please note: On this tour you will not taste the fermented shark, ram’s testicles and sheep head!
- Have a fun local guide show you all the best of our hometown, Reykjavik
- Taste our grass fed and free roaming Icelandic lamb
- Enjoy home made Icelandic ice cream from a secret family recipe
- Taste the best local cheese of the season
- Visit the famous Icelandic hot dog stand
- Taste our local specialty: Authentic Icelandic fish
- …and more, depending on each day and season!
- Local guide
- 9+ cuisines
- Meeting point: Harpa Music Hall (Austurbakki 2, 101 Reykjavik)
- Allergies & Dietary restrictions:We do of course accommodate most dietary restrictions such as gluten & lactose intolerance, vegetarians & most allergies.
- Important: The minimum age for drinking alcoholic beverages in Iceland is 20 years old
- Be sure to show up on an empty stomach