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Hot dogs, fish, soup, yogurt, tomatoes and orange soda. It doesn’t sound like much, but these are the six best things to eat in Reykjavik, Iceland – especially if you’re visiting Reykjavik on a budget (and, honestly, even if your funds are limitless, these classic Reykjavik food items should be on your must-eat list of Icelandic cuisine).
For centuries, Icelanders had to smoke, pickle or dry their food in order to preserve it through the harsh winters. As a result, traditional Icelandic food mainly consists of seafood and lamb that's gone through some kind of preservation method.