The Best Icelandic Foods

Owing to Iceland‘s meteoric rise to the top of everyone’s ‘must travel’ list in the last few years, the country’s traditional foods have become famous beyond Skyr and Brennivin. Inhabiting a small, but perfectly formed island in the chilly North Atlantic, Icelanders rely on hearty, warming soul food to see them through the darker months, living off the land in a way few other nations do. Not only does this allow for the production of some of the freshest fish and meat in the world, it breeds a diet of super healthy, vitamin packed grub and incredible, authentic flavours. And then there’s the fermented shark.

Join us, as we take a culinary tour of the world’s coolest nation, from its well-known delicacies and healthy wonder-foods, to a few dishes that might just surprise you…

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