Experience the best of Reykjavik´s food culture in this
4 hour guided tour.
Reykjavik Food Tour offers exclusive food samples in the best restaurants in Reykjavík.
Reykjavik has become a melting pot of great restaurants and what makes them unique is their foundation – the pure Icelandic ingredients. We will take you to Nordic kitchen restaurants along with multicultural ones. While we taste delicious samples we hear the stories behind the ingredients and the cooking.
Since we only take maximum 12 people on in each tour then everyone should have plenty of time to ask questions, relax and have an exclusive experience.
If you are a group of 4+ persons or more then we can setup a private tour at your own convenience (Starting price for a private tour is 4 * regular price). For further info email us at email@example.com
We keep the the identity which places will be visited a secret and then one by one they are revealed. We think it is more exciting like that, so you never know where you are going next but we will give you the hard facts.
|Duration:||Approximately 4 hours (depends on group pace)|
|Walking distance:||3 ½ km (2,2 miles) – casual pace.|
|Capacity:||4-12 people per tour.|
|Meeting Place:||Hallgrimskirkja Church Entrance|
|End of Tour:||By the old harbour|
|Ticket price:||18.900 ISK|
|Min. Participants||Minimum of 4 participants is needed to for the tour, if less than 4 the tour can be canceled and you will be refunded the same day|
Reykjavik Food Tour invites you to experience the most popular and best food available today.
Iceland’s newest microbrewery bar, this funky city bolthole supports small brewers from all over Iceland and beyond.
SNAPS restaurant, located on site in downtown Reykjavik. Fresh catch of the day, steak and bearnaise with french fries, and the ever increasingly popular club sandwich.
The Icelandic Pantry is a quirky cheese shop in Reykjavík offering the best in gloriously stinky cheeses from around the globe.
The oldest cheese shop in Reykjavík.
A family-run food market located in central Reykjavík.Frú Lauga sell fresh produce from Icelandic farms alongside carefully chosen delicacies from around Europe.
This newly opened Italian-style ice cream parlour has taken Reykjavík by storm in the last few months.
What makes Kopar special are the exciting ingredients and the variety of dishes. On the menu, new and old methods and recipes meet, traditional ingredients and surprising ones.
Kolabrautin, the latest addition to Reykjavik´s burgeoning food scene. At Kolabrautin you´ll find traditional, regionally sourced ingredients, prepared with influence from modern Italy.