You have to be a special person to come to a cold, wet island during the winter time. If you are reading this, then I guess you are one of those special people. Even though Iceland has about 4 hours of sunlight during the darkest winter month; Reykjavik is teeming with life and plenty of things to do.
Traditional Icelandic dishes revolved around lamb and fish since these were the most common resources around. But today I’m not going to discuss the meat options but the vegan ones.
If you are vegan or vegan in training here are a few of my tips while trying to find food in Iceland.
One thing they may not have told you is… that there is a happy hour for almost every hour in the day. Sounds too good to be true, well it´s not. As a well experienced happy hour enthusiast, I can safely say after a jammed packed day tour, there is not anything finer than an ice cold one.