Icelandic food is fantastic - for the locals. For the foreign visitor it is perhaps not so good to eat. How about this menu. Singed sheep's head, sour ram's testicles, horse meat, puffin breasts, seal flippers, putrifide eggs and sheep brawn?
Fortunately there's plenty of other options.
There's over 400 restaurants in Reykjavik including one 1-star Michelin restaurant.
The typical fare at the finer restaurants in Iceland includes fish & lamb. Some of the fish served in restaurants includes salmon, trout, cod, haddock, plaice, hallibut, blue ling, rose fish (ocean pearch) and Atlantic woolf fish.
The lamb is some of the best in the world and is being exported to the US for example sold by the Whole Foods chain.