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April 7, 2016

#Iceland is the place to be this year for #foodie travel in 2016

and you can get there with us Get a taste for Iceland’s food at the Icelandic residency at Carousel, London Iceland is the place to be this year for foodie travel but, if you can’t get over there, local chef Gísli Matthías Auðunsson is bringing his contemporary Icelandic cooking to London, with a 12-day residency at Carousel in Marylebone. Gísli […]
September 27, 2016

Autumn Food Colours from #Iceland

Already it’s the equinox time of year, and there’s definitely a hint of Autumn in the air. Reminds me that we felt that same chill in Iceland back in August on our Food Tour. Iceland’s Modern Kitchen took us to wonderful farms, gardens, greenhouses and forests on bright sunny days.   Our next journey is about to begin, and includes […]
June 8, 2017

Blueberry, with hints of liquorice

The Icelandic sea salt flakes contained in the new Iceland Traveller chocolate bar come from Breiðafjörður Bay, a beautiful and bio-diverse area lying between the Snaefellsness peninsula and the remote Westfjords of Iceland.  Since 1753, using sustainable geothermal energy, these crunchy flakes have been produced on the small island of Karlsay.  This unique tasting sea salt also contains naturally occurring […]
January 29, 2014

Cool Cuisine

“Think Nordic but even nicer…” enthused Diana Henry in the Sunday Telegraph’s Stella magazine (12 January 2014), following a trip to Reykjavik to check out the food.  “The shellfish and lamb are the best I’ve ever tasted.” In the decade since the much-lauded, two-Michelin-starred Noma opened in Copenhagen, and with Icelandic chef Agnar Sverrisson expanding his empire in London, Scandinavian […]
March 21, 2016

Earth cooking

Baking food in the ground is part of Iceland’s cooking history and ‘hot-spring’ specialities have become a popular modern addition to many a restaurant and hotel menu. During my travels in Iceland, I’ve been lucky enough to sit on the red lava slopes of the Eldfell volcano and eat, straight from the tin, steaming ginger bread baked there in the […]
November 18, 2016

Festive Food Weekend in #Iceland

It’s a few years since I have spent a December weekend in Iceland so I’ve booked a family break for us all for a few days just before Christmas. We are spending the weekend in Reykjavik to give everyone time to choose which festive things they’d like to do – walking and window shopping, visiting the well known Christmas shop […]
October 24, 2016

Food feast on foot in Reykjavik.

Our aim is always to try out as much as we can while in Iceland, so here’s a round up of our latest food experience. “It was quite a feast! We spent 4 hours exploring the city trying meat soup, rye bread ice cream, a hot dog (!), horse, goose, lamb, cheeses, all very tasty and authentically Icelandic. The end stop was a […]
June 19, 2018

How to find real Icelandic Cheese

Like all the best things about Iceland, home produced Icelandic cheese doesn’t generally leave the country, you just have to go there to. At Keflavík airport there’s a small selection of foil wrapped soft cheeses on sale, but if this is the sum total of your cheese experience at your point of departure, there’s so much that you’ll have missed!  […]
April 9, 2020
Iceland lava eruption

How to make a volcano cake

Here's an idea for home cooking with some Geography! It's an experimental recipe rather like the real thing, can you predict where the lava will start to flow when the eruption begins? The steps for making the cake are based on a recipe I found in Iceland some years ago, and there's masses of scope to make create something really spectacular!
March 17, 2016

Iceland’s Modern Kitchen: in the company of Diana Henry.

Iceland is a culinary melting pot of passionate purveyors of quality local ingredients who create everything from succulent lamb dishes, to the finest fish and seafood to refreshing local brews and hand made rhubarb brittle. Join this unusual journey, where the beauty of Iceland will be matched with the best of local artisan cuisine for the most relaxing and fun […]
April 26, 2017

Iceland’s culinary explosion

So much change has taken place in Iceland’s kitchens, restaurants and cafes over the last few years.  During Diana Henry’s culinary visit to Iceland with us last year, part of our small group Iceland’s Modern Kitchen tour, we enjoyed a thoroughly memorable week in South Iceland visiting producers, gardeners, growers, distillers and chefs. In planning Iceland’s Modern Kitchen we wanted […]
September 25, 2015

Icelandic Food Comes to London

This is the first time that the historical Borough Market, London has hosted an overseas group from Iceland, consisting of a group of 14 Icelandic food producers setting up The Icelandic Pantry from Wednesday 7 – Saturday 10 October. Iceland is so remote, and its growing season so short, that people USED TO use whatever they could find from the […]
October 6, 2015

Icelandic Food Heroes at London’s Borough Market

If you think Icelandic food is just pickled fish with a heavy taste of salt, vinegar and other preservatives – think again. Yesterday evening the Icelandic Embassy hosted a welcome event for a group of 14 of the Icelandic producers who have travelled to London to show off and sell their products at London’s famous Borough Market for the first […]
April 21, 2016

Last chance to join Diana Henry in Iceland!

Discovering Iceland’s modern kitchen with Diana Henry and Iceland Traveller is an opportunity that is only available for a few more days! See you there!
May 31, 2015

Lobsters and liquorice – Iceland’s unique street food

Try this link to discover an unusual selection of food readily available from Reykjavik and the surrounding area, together with some beautiful views of the Northern Lights. A noble effort by Ainsley Harriott, who made a winter trip to Iceland to focus on street food! Iceland Traveller’s 2016 food enthusiast’s tour, currently under construction, includes visits to producers, demonstrations, cooking […]
August 4, 2017

Our Food Tours and Iceland Traveller are mentioned in this month’s BBC Good Food magazine

In this month’s BBC Good Food Magazine Diana Henry has written a great article based on her trip with us last year about the growing importance of Iceland’s food scene. It contains pieces about the must visit restaurants, what to eat, visiting the farmers and producers – especially the 10 best things to eat and drink in Iceland. Diana gathered much of this […]
October 13, 2015

Rhubarb Rabarbía

Following the great success of the Icelandic Pantry at Borough Market last week, we are delighted to have added another visit to Iceland Traveller’s Iceland for Food Lovers tour. Kjartan Ágústsson is a small producer in South Iceland, growing richly coloured rhubarb from which he makes delicious jams and his very own rhubarb brittle. How would you use it?  All will […]
April 21, 2016

Rick’s in Reykjavik!

Don’t miss seeing Rick Stein’s Long Weekends on Friday April 29 on BBC2. One of the food producers he visits is one that we will also be visiting during our tour with Diana Henry! See you there!
January 9, 2021

Slow down around Snaefellsness

Without doubt one of the jewels of Iceland’s crown, the volcano Snaefellsness and the glacier Snaefellsjökull that tops it, has a truly magical quality even for the most down to earth visitor to this part Iceland. Before even venturing along the west coast of Iceland, the beautiful peak of this glacier can often be seen as you travel between Reykjavik […]
October 8, 2015

Wonderful day with food producers from Iceland

We’ve had a wonderful day at the Borough Market Hall getting acquainted with our food producer friends from Iceland. We’ve tried award winning hot smoked mackerel (a new arrival to Icelandic waters), delicious and tender mutton that is steeped in berry juice before smoking, cod liver, more delicious than I could have imagined and pickled herring in a lightly curried sauce, surprisingly […]