Although this course is intended as a relatively healthy starter, after you try it out you’ll wonder why you didn’t make it into a main course! This is a surprising mixture of root vegetables and asian flavor which is super easy to prepare and cook, with only eight ingredients, you’ll just have to try it out.
Smørrebrød or Danish open sandwiches is what Ida Davidsen is all about and their history can be traced back five generations of Davidsens, all the way back to 1888, so you can be absolutely sure that the craft of smørrebrød has been mastered within this family for the past 124 years or so.
The restaurant was opened in January 2011 and like its name suggest, specializes in Italian cuisine prepared from fresh Icelandic ingredients. Uno Cucina Italiana is located in the heart of Reykjavik, Iceland by a square named after one of the first settlers of Iceland Ingólfur Arnarson.
This Salmon Tartar is a colorful summery dish infused with a little southern flavor from mixing avocado and chili into the course. The Sunchoke purée also gives it uniqueness, both in flavor as well as in texture.
Forréttabarinn or Starters Restaurant and Bar is located in down town Reykjavík, Iceland. It offers a mixture between tapas and bistro style menu served in whole and half portions and divided between hot, warm and cold dishes as well as deserts which come only in full portions.