Ramen. Upon arriving in Reykjavik, we dropped our things off and headed to Noodle Station. We were lucky enough to nab a few of the (limited) seats and help ourselves to some warm budget-friendly noodle soup with veggies.

Bowl of Ramen viewed from above

Delicious Vegetarian Cuisine. I had some trepidation about being a vegetarian in Iceland but we found some nourishing options along our trip.  One such being at Gardurinn (aka ‘Ecstasy’s Heart-Garden’ for the flower child in all of us).

Curry, salad and rice viewed from an upward angle Soup in white bowl from an upward angle

Ice cream. Icelanders love their frozen desserts regardless of weather.  There are quite a few different parlours from which to choose from with different specialties in flavours, cones, and toppings.

Ice cream in cup with candy toppings

The closest meal to In-N-Out Burger I’ve ever had.  Bullan has a veggie burger that rivals most anything else I have ever tried while traveling.  Paired with a classic milkshake and fries, this meal was delightful.  I didn’t want it to end.

IMG_7851Skyr.is Yogurt container

SkyrCould a visit to Iceland be complete without a mention of skyr?  I have a love-hate relationship with dairy (I love it; my stomach often disagrees)  It’s like yogurt but thicker in the consistency department.  It has increased in popularity over the past few years as a result of better marketing and having more protein than your average yogurt.  I loved the fact that they sold single servings of different flavours complete with foldable spoon device in the lid.  Brilliant.

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