Reykjavik food walk
One way to see a city and experience its culture and cuisine is to do a walking food tour. Reykjavik (Smokey Bay) has a great one!
We meet our tour guide at Harpa. The rest of the group was American and for most of us we were leaving today or tomorrow. A good way to end the trip.
1. Icelandic bar
For traditional meat soup. Made with lamb and vegetables. It tasted a lot like lamb shank stew.
- gullostur white mound cheese
- Blue cheese ( I hate blue cheese but this was delicious and salty)
- Cured lamb with fennel
- Fillet of Horse with rosemary thyme and curry
- Smoked Goose with raspberry and champagne vinaigrette
Along the way we stopped at interesting buildings or had quick history lessons. This is the recently closed prison! In the main shopin street. Iceland has a very low crime rate and only 300 police in the whole country. There has only been one time that a police officer shot someone and when it happened the country mourned.
3. Cafe Loki
Delicious rye bread ice cream with rhubarb syrup.
There was a wonderful mural highlighting some of the stories of Loki.
Traditional Icelandic cheese that has the consistency of yoghurt.
We are here last time we were in Reykjavik. At this stop we had rock crab soup with sour dough. Read and liquorice salted butter.
Our last stop was an historical building to do with pharmaceutical products. We had dessert and coffee. The dark chocolate with raspberry rose was too rich for me to eat it all but the sorbet was divine!
The Phallological Museum
An interesting visit to a museum dedicated to penises.
Popular Bakery to grab cinnamon rolls for breakfast en route to the airport tomorrow.
Final Icelandic dinner at Kopar before the. If pack for our trip to London.