When it comes to food in Iceland, one may not expect a small island hovering below the Arctic Circle to hold a fork in culinary delight. But it does.
In a county that has ZERO McDonald’s (yes, you read that correctly), much of the food is organic, locally-sourced, and supremely delectable. From free-range lamb to creamy skyr to pungent, rotten shark and bread baked in the earth, the food in Icelandic is a cuisine that charms and surprises.
Ready to unleash your inner Viking? Take a bite! Here are the standout tastes from our honeymoon in Iceland.