Food tours in Iceland?
Family wedding in Keflavik, and an excuse for my first visit to Iceland. Plenty to do on both family and tourism fronts, but I really would like to find a food tour there, presumably in Reykjavik. And are there any farmers' markets or street markets? I'll be there in late June. Thanks!
No food tours - did some research on my own, but was so short of time r/t family obligations that I was happy to get a couple of meals at a nice restaurant and a half-day to go exploring on my own. Interesting grocery store with a pink elephant emblem, and that was worthwhile. One specialty is caramelized rhubarb, which I found at a specialty store on the main drag in Reykjavik - some "gourmet foods" and chocolates and so on there. Very hospitable people, not just my new in-law's family, and did eat good home-food. Also whale at the wedding reception!