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Yep, Blue Smurf Ice Cream is a Thing – Ís Kofinn in Stykkishólmur, Iceland

If a drive around the Icelandic countryside is in your future, chances are high that you'll find yourself on the west coast of Iceland at Bjarnarhofn Shark Museum holding your nose and attempting to eat fermented shark meat. Thankfully, just a... Continue Reading →

Local Icelandic Flavors with International Spice – Strikið in Akureyri, Iceland

Remote as it may be, it's almost hard not to stumble across delicious restaurants in Iceland. Whether restaurants are based in the big city or in far flung spots along the coast, dining on yummy meals seems to be par for... Continue Reading →

A Japanese Style Tea House in the Middle of Volcano Country – Kumiko in Reykjavík, Iceland

The Grandi Harbor (Old Harbor) area in Reykjavík, Iceland isn't fishy at all. In fact, it's a bit of a paradise for foodie fanatics. The plethora of food and restaurant options in this little nook of Reykjavík make it easy for... Continue Reading →

Buns of Cinnamon – Brauð & Co. in Reykjavík, Iceland

Iceland has no shortage of incredible vistas and amazing places to discover. Many Nordic countries are known for their hefty traditional dishes, like Sweden's toast skagen. Iceland stands apart from its Northern European brethren in that it isn't afraid to part with... Continue Reading →

Getting Crafty with Icelandic Locals – Kirsuberjatréð in Reykjavík, Iceland

One of the best things about Reykjavík is the many little local shops you can pop into. Foodies can forage through Búrið in Reykjavík’s Grandi Harbor (Old Harbor) and shoe fanatics can try on different soles Cinderella style at Kron.... Continue Reading →

Where Foodies Go to Fall in Love – Búrið in Reykjavík, Iceland

In Icelandic, Búrið means "the pantry" and a visit to Búrið will make you wish your kitchen back home was half as well stocked as this adorable little food shop. Búrið is located in Reykjavík's Grandi Harbor (Old Harbor) just down the... Continue Reading →

Volcano Pizzas Are So Hot Right Now – Kaffi Krús in Selfoss, Iceland

Cold pizza is good, but piping hot pizza is even better. Kaffi Krús in Selfoss, Iceland holds the unique distinction of serving up a pie so special it’s named after one of the most notorious eruptions in Iceland’s history.  ... Continue Reading →

Soles of Fire and Ice – Kron in Reykjavík, Iceland

Nothing but genuine joy will strike as you stroll up to Kron in Reykjavík, Iceland. Kron was conceived of by Hugrún Arnadottir and her husband, Magni Thorsteinsson in 2000. Nearly two decades later, Kron is still the place where the well heeled shop until... Continue Reading →

Michelin-Starred Dilliciousness – Dill in Reykjavík, Iceland

The Northern Lights aren't the only thing that twinkle in Iceland. The food scene in the land of fire and ice is quite simply on fire. From 17 Sortir's delicious baked goods to Omnom's scrumptious chocolate, we were floored by... Continue Reading →

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