PRIVATE REYKJAVIK FOOD TOUR

Private Walking Food Tour in Reykjavik

Authentic Icelandic food with expert local guides.

Follow your expert local guide as you explore Reykjavik’s culinary delights.  Can you say you’ve experiences Iceland if you haven’t tried our food?  When on a private Reykjavik food tour, you want to try out the truly unique Icelandic food and to get a taste for our unique Icelandic culture too!

With our selection of local food treats you can gobble up many of the items on your Icelandic food bucket list.
And the quality of the restaurants we’ve chosen is guaranteed. 

All this local food works perfectly with our Reykjavik Beer Tour, the private nature of the tour means that you can decide when to start the tour and how quickly we move throught the different stops. We cater our private tours to your personal needs and preferences!

One of the best things about doing a food tour is getting a sense of the country’s history while eating something delicious & exciting.

  • Try at least ten traditional foods from Iceland

  • Private tour ensures a personal experience

  • Great way to orient yourself in Reykjavik’s city center

  • Fun-Loving local guides with expert knowledge – ask us anything you like

  • Tips on Food, Fun & Drink for the rest of our stay

  • You control the starting time from 11:30am – 7 pm

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More Info About our Private Food Tour of Reykjavik

The stops on this 5-star reviewed private Reykjavik food tour include a trendy modern gastropub, a legendary local hot dog stand and the great Seabaron down by the old harbor of Reykjavik.  Bring an open mind and an empty stomach!

Tasting Iceland’s food – eating what its people eat – is a great way to get to know our country’s spirit. Our private food tour in Reykjavik will give you a deeper understanding of our history and culture too. This special variant of the tour gives you even more control over the pace of the tour.

If you’re a massive foodie, then this tour is a no-brainer. Take a walk through ol Reykjavik city center, try the food, learn what the Vikings ate, and how Icelandic people have survived the harsh winters here. This is a excellent tour in its own right but it’s also a great idea to pair it with our Private
Reykjavik Walking  Tour. 

Alison Garcia
Alison Garcia
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Great tour guide and lovely tour - Great tour of Reykjavik and we had an excellent tour guide! She was very knowledgeable and shared a lot of wonderful information with us. The tour even lasted longer than expected because she told us so many great stories and facts about Reykjavik, which we loved! She was also kind enough to answer our questions and give us recommendations after the tour on where to eat and shop.
Karimoberg
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Great Introduction to Reykjavik - We had a great experience on this tour with our guide. He was knowledgable, friendly and humorous. I would highly recommend taking this tour on your first day in Reykjavik, especially if you plan to drive the Ring Road. We learned a lot about the city but also an overall history of Iceland. The information shared gave us a great foundation for our entire travel through Iceland. This one is worth the time and money. Thank you!
William P
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Terrific experience - We were three couples on a tour extension and we loved the experience. Pace was right, interesting stops and insights into the city and it’s history. Definitely would recommend and the price was reasonable.
Rick G
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An engaging "viking" tour guide made this trip interesting and fun. - Our guide and he had a lot of fun energy and knew his history and culture well. He had excellent English and a great sense of humor. It was about a two-hour excursion and covered the major site. If you have a couple of hours and want an enjoyable introduction to this…
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What’s included & Need to know
  • Guided Private Food Tour in Reykjavik

  • There is plenty of food, so please arrive
    with a healthy appetite

  • Iceland’s famously fresh glacier water is provided throughout the tour, and you can choose from a selection of Icelandic beverages at the end of the tour.

  • For all ages, stroller friendly and it’s an easy walk between the places

  • Children 5-12 get 50% off and children 0-4 join for free

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Free Cancellation Up To 24 Hours In Advance

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A Unique Experience

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