Taste of Iceland: Icelandic Food in Iceland and now, Toronto

Taste of Iceland is being hosted in Toronto November 12-15 to celebrate various aspects of Icelandic culture for the fifth time. Attendees will have the chance to experience authentic Icelandic cuisine at Luma (which we’re doing), enjoy the free Reykjavik Calling concert at Adelaide Hall and more during this four-day festival.

Icelandic Menu at Luma in Toronto

Ylfa Helgadóttir, chef de cuisine and owner of Kopar, will fly to Toronto to collaborate with local chefs Michael Wilson and Anthony Walsh at Luma. Ylfa has won numerous awards for her cooking and is part of Iceland’s national team of chefs. Chef Wilson applies his impressive experience, creative techniques and passion for innovation in the kitchen as the Chef de Cuisine at Luma, and Chef Walsh relies on the vast Canadian landscape to create inspired regional Canadian cuisine. Join Luma bar manager Sara Kuz as she mixes up some unique, Icelandic-inspired cocktails!

Culinary Experiences in Iceland

A few photos from our trip to iceland in the summer of 2015.

Eating whales and horses. #awkward #Ævintýri2015 #Iceland #dining #travel #Bautinn

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Last #Breakfast in #Reykjavík. #ævintýri2015 #cafe #dining #gastropost #onthetable #instafood #foodphotography #foodgram

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Eating Icelandic hot dogs FINALLY! In Akureyri ! #Iceland #Akureyri #hotdog #hotdogs #ævintýri2015

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And of course, a reminder from Iceland:

No WiFi! #ævintýri2015 #Iceland #PublicHouse #Pub #WiFi #travelgram #instatravel #drunk #summer #DanLumia #HonestButCheap

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