When doing a Reykjavik food tour, you want to try truly authentic Icelandic food and get a taste for the culture while you indulge! With our Reykjavik Food Lovers Tour, you will taste at least 10 different traditional foods and learn about local traditions from your expert guide.
Note: All of our guides know how to bring the culture and stories of Iceland alive – our mission is to entertain as well as educate.
With our selection of local cuisine, you can check off a lot of things from your Icelandic food bucket list. And we’re sure you won’t be disappointed with the quality of the restaurants we have handpicked as our partners.
One of the best things about doing a food tour is getting a sense of the history of the country while eating delicious and exciting food.
Of course, tasting our local food is perfect when paired with our Reykjavik Beer Tour! And if you’d like to learn a little more about the city’s history, you might be interested in one of our other Reykjavik Walking Tours.
The stops on this 5-star reviewed Reykjavik Food Tour vary depending on the day and time, but we always make sure you are getting a good mixture of great traditional food.
Just make sure you arrive hungry!
If you’re a food lover, then a leisurely stroll around the old Reykjavik city center, sampling traditional food from Iceland is going to be your kind of a foodie adventure.
You will learn what the Vikings ate and how Icelandic people have survived harsh winters thanks to our special cooking techniques and preservation methods.
Then we’ll explore how our cuisine has evolved into its exciting current form, with lots of boundary-pushing young chefs who expertly bring innovation to traditional Icelandic produce.
They say that sharing a meal is the best way to get to know each other, and we know our Reykjavik Food Tours help you get a deeper understanding of the history, culture, and of course the cuisine of Iceland.
(Please note: we can adapt our tastings to meet most dietary needs, but traditional Icelandic food tends to be focused on meat, fish and dairy.)
If you’d like even more control over your tour, you may be interested in our Private Reykjavik Food Tour instead.
And if you’d like to learn more about Icelandic food culture, head on over to the Your Friend in Reykjavik blog.
If you have any questions about this tour, please get in touch.