Being a TOTAL foodie I was really excited when I found this place when planning my trip to Iceland, a trip I had been dreaming about for quite some time.
I was not disappointed with the experience. Everything was superb, the food they had us prepare was exciting and excellent, the produce was so fresh that you could almost taste the midnight sun. Ok, that might be exaggerate a bit but I was just so taken back with the quality and the knowhow of the instructors that everything seemed to have that touch of the nordic lightness.
When I travel I always sample what is considered local and traditional food – I must admit I was skeptical after some horror stories passed down from friends who were talking about all kind of strange foods they had been offered while travelling to Iceland. I did not know exactly what I had in stall but SALT eldhus delivered everything they had promised, and then some.
You are greeted by the very lovely Mrs. Auður (a word I later found out means ‘wealth’ which couldn’t have been more appropriate because she really was a wealth of knowledge on anything food related) and then as the evening unfolds you get more and more insight into local traditions and ways of preparing your own dish, topped off with a VERY well deserved glass of wine.
If you love food, you will love what Salt eldhus has to offer…if not I’ll eat my hat (after getting tips from Mrs. Auður how to prepare it in a delicious way, I’m sure she knows how)
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