Looking for a food tour in Reykjavik? Taste the famous Icelandic hot dog, Pylsa, and try the Icelandic meat soup on the Reykjavik Food Walk.
If you are looking for a food and drink activity in Iceland then this culinary walking tour should be on your list!
The food walk is led by a fun and knowledgeable local guide who’ll take you to everything from well-known ‘must visit restaurants’ to small family run businesses and secret local hangouts in Reykjavik. You’ll taste delicious local cuisine such as an Icelandic hot dog, pylsa, traditional Icelandic meat soup, homemade Icelandic ice cream from a secret family recipe and of course; the healthy Skyr yogurt.
This is a small group experience where you’ll explore the local side of Reykjavik, meet hard working families, hear fascinating stories, dine in ambitious restaurants and experience age-old traditions. 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!
Meeting point: Harpa Music Hall (Austurbakki 2, 101 Reykjavík)
Important: The minimum age for drinking alcoholic beverages in Iceland is 20 years old
Be sure to show up on an empty stomach