The food destination Iceland
Iceland has emerged as one of Europe's most dynamic gastronomic destinations, full of exciting places to taste thrilling new recipes.
A staple of Icelandic cuisine is freshly caught fish, as fishing has been an essential part of Icelandic history and culture for centuries.
What Do Icelanders Eat for Christmas?
Christmas hold some very special traditions in Iceland and, unsurprisingly, many of them revolve around food. Here are a few of the main delicacies one can expect to eat over the holidays - Icelandic style.
Enjoy Icelandic food
Iceland has emerged as one of Europe's most dynamic gastronomic destinations, full of exciting places to taste thrilling new recipes. Chefs create modern dishes with traditional ingredients, influenced by the philosophy of the New Nordic Cuisine, where freshness and local seasonal ingredients play a vital role.
What's new in 'New Nordic Cuisine'?
Climate change is altering a culinary style known for local resourcefulness.
Icelandic beer - Wild ideas at the arctic circle
Once operating in the shadows, Icelandic beer production has been flourishing in the last three decades. Commercial and microbreweries scattered all over the country, surprise and delight inhabitants as well as visitors with their daring creations, good craftsmanship, and hearty hospitality.
The greenhouse revolution in Iceland
It may be surprising to learn that fresh Icelandic vegetables are available year-round, the quality is outstanding, the products are clean, and even carbon neutral. So how do the vegetable farmers in Iceland manage to do it in the cold climate and even offer competitive prices?
ENTANGLED IN DELICIOUSNESS – A SEAWEED’S SPECIAL
The North Atlantic is home to a large range of more than a worldwide total of over 10.000 different species of seaweed. Here in Iceland we use the sea vegetable for skincare and beauty treatments, medical products, fertilizer, and even brewing beer! But its richness in vitamins, minerals, and protein makes algae first and foremost a highly nutritious superfood.