Reykjavik Food Lovers

Reykjavik Food Lovers
Meat and fish are important elements to Icelandic cuisine.
Say cheers over a delightful meal on the Reykjavík Food Tour.
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Iceland's cuisine is steeped in history, developing over the years into modern, 21st century food.
Hot Dogs are classic Reykjavík Street Food.
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Get to know Iceland and its people is through our cuisine, with this tour for foodies around Reykjavík. This excursion should not be missed by those interested in the culture of this historic island nature.

This Icelandic food tour is a truly unique experience, where you'll get to try many of classic, traditional national foods. These include Icelandic lamb soup, Minke Whale, Skyr, the one and only Icelandic hot dog, smoked puffin, Icelandic lobster soup and finally the notorious hakarl, otherwise known as fermented shark.

Be sure to arrive hungry, because you are guaranteed to be stuffed after the tour.

This food tour has been designed to be as truly authentic to this nation as possible. Your guides will infuse your walk together with interesting and fun facts about Icelandic history and are experts on the cuisine. You'll visit up to six places on your walk, to venues exclusively chosen, and on weekends you'll walk through Reykjavík's favourite food market.

There is a maximum of 12 people on all our tours so your guides can be sure to answer any and all of your questions on the tour. You'll only walk around 2.5 kilometres, with many stops, so it's an easy walk.

You'll meet up with your groups and guides at the two stone pillars by Ingolfur Square. On your first stop, you'll get the sample the unique Icelandic smoked puffin as an appetizer. On the second stop, you'll get to taste the nation's most traditional dish, Icelandic lamb soup, before going to sample a more modern delicacy, the original Icelandic hot dog by Bæjarins bestu.

After the delicious hot dog, you will walk by the harbour and visit one of the city's fine seafood restaurants for a wonderful lobster soup and a Minke Whale sampler, for those with an adventurous palatte. Finally, you'll have a creamy and sweet Skyr-based dessert.

In between the places you will taste some more unique treats that are traditional Icelandic fare, including the hakarl.

Don't miss your opportunity to make some new friends, taste Icelandic culture, and fill your belly. Check availability by choosing a date.

Quick facts

Tour information:
  • Available: All year
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Activities: Sightseeing, Cultural Activity
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Languages: English
  • Highlights: Reykjavík, Reykjavík Harbour
Pickup information:
  • Departure time : 11:30. 13:00, 17:00,

Ingólfur public square Reykjavik (By the two stone pillars in the square)
Please be at the tour start location in good time before departure. If you need assistance finding it, seek guidance in your Hotel's reception or contact your tour provider directly.
  • Expert guide

  • All food

  • Pickup

What to bring:
  • Please dress according to weather

  • An appetite!

Good to know:

The Food Tour is available for private groups upon request


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Our guide was wonderful and so was the food! We did this tour on our first day, it was a great way to get to know the city and kickoff the vacation!
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