Wine and dine
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.
The food destination
Enjoy Icelandic food
Iceland is known for exceptional seafood restaurants and an outstanding quality of food in general. Try one of the many Icelandic fish restaurants, and you will understand why the locals will have you believe they invented the thing.
Once hidden and illegal, beer is now out in the open and available for every beer lover to taste. Brewery tours, beer tastings, beer walks, and pub crawls: Iceland's craft brewers want to share their passion for beer with you.
The Greenhouse revolution in Iceland
The base for Iceland's success in horticulture lies in the country's renewable natural resources: Springwater, geothermal water, and electricity made with hydro- or geothermal power.
A Seaweed's special
The large group of seaweed is categorized into three big species: brown, red, and green seaweed. Which seaweed fits with what? We'll give you some ideas of what to create out of this versatile ingredient! Here is our seaweed beginner's guide.
Find restaurants in Iceland
Looking for a gourmet seafood restaurant, a cozy café or perhaps a yummy takeaway?