Iceland’s typical diet includes seafood, lamb, vegetables, dairy such as yogurt and skyr and the famous Icelandic hot dog, Baejarins Beztu Pylsur in Reykjavik. They also obtain all the best greens from their geothermally heated greenhouses.

The western part of South Iceland is in many ways Iceland’s agricultural heartland, and hosts many traditional Icelandic farms with sheep, cattle, horses, and other animals. It’s one of the main dairy producing regions of the country, producing most of the milk consumed in the capital region.

Our private chief will be hosting and making creative cuisine out of Icelandic local food.

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