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Sitting on the lawn in the sunshine at Gites de la Richarderie

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6 unique places to eat amazing Icelandic food

6 unique and amazing places to eat Icelandic food, in Iceland!

I love cheese and jam together, it’s a magic combo! I’ve been sharing some amazingly cool and unusual places to eat great Icelandic food in my next instalment about Iceland over on A Mummy Too. From the comfort of cheese and jam on cinnamon scone to a full blown gastro feast at Hotel Ranga, plus lots of interesting stop offs in-between. There are so many foodie experiences you won’t forget in a hurry, like the most incredible Bloody Mary in a tomato green house, home baked bread, eating cheese on a farm with the cows who supplied the milk and drinking tea blended especially for runner’s with Icelandic herbs. Experiment, put some liquorice salt or some green tomato puree on your ice cream!

Check the post out over there and leave me a comment or any questions about the trip! You can also read about the amazing Hotel Ranga here.

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