Iceland ~ Reykjavik Food Walk

Groovin’ Moms had the greatest opportunity to visit Iceland in February. We got to see glaciers, geysers, The Northern Lights and we even swam in the Blue Lagoon. We also got to taste the food of Iceland on the Reykjavik Food Walk

Our first stop was Messinn where we tried the Icelandic fish mash or “plokkfiskur” and the Arctic charr with a honey glaze, potatoes and greens. It was the heartiest stop and we could not stop eating, both dishes were delicious!

Bæjarins Bestu Pylsur is a must visit to enjoy the one and only Icelandic hot dog with everything! Icelandic sweet ketchup, sweet brown mustard, remoulade, raw onion and deep fried onion.  You can find them in the market vacuumed sealed ready to take home to enjoy.

Íslenski Barinn  is where we had the Icelandic lamb meat soup with the Einstök White Ale beer  which really went well with the Fermented shark (yes, I had one piece) and dried fish served with butter!!

Café Loki  here we tried Rye bread with smoked trout- Flatbread with smoked lamb and were so surprised how delicious the Rye bread ice cream with whipped cream and rhubarb syrup was. Rye Bread, who knew?

Sjávargrillið- we found Chocolate goodness waiting for us and we enjoyed with coffee and tea. Thank you and a big shout out to our guide Karen who was so wonderful as she took us from place to place explaining each and every dish and made us feel so at home in Iceland.

Enjoy Life. It Is Delicious.

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