Reykjavík snackjavík 🥨 For awesome sandwiches, cashew cheese lasagne, @eat_oumph Asian bowls of goodness plus chilled vibes and good wine head to @kaffi_vinyl. Our first visit also coincided with @issamweraband playing who were awesome. It’s true that @reykjavikchips are the best chips and run by the most charming bloke from Nigeria via Baltimore. You get a wide choice of sauces for dipping and the Satay is dreamy. We grabbed great @oatly vegan cream cheese bagels, coffee and cinnamon buns from @emilieandthecoolkids who also do you a discount for using your own cups 🥨 #iceland#veganreykjavik#snackstagram
Try our Svaði’s special❣️
Grilled flatbreat with melting tindur cheese, caramelised onions, beetroot salad, heavenly soft hummus, zaatar and zhough sauces, topped with dukkah, and served with your choice of lamb or falafel. 🤤🌿🐑
Is this tomorrow’s brunch? 🐷
No, it’s a piglet. A super cute, innocent being who is capable of feeling love, pain, sadness and joy. Is he worth sacrificing for bacon? Ham? He can learn tricks like dogs can. Have fun like dogs can. Like infants can. We have plenty of other options plus it’s not healthy for our bodies to consume. Try and tell me factory farming is the circle of life.
We are SHARING OUR VEGAN ITINERARY from ICELAND ⬇️, so you can start planning your travel for next summer! ✈️ Many of you have so sweetly reached out asking for specifics about our recent trip. We strongly encourage anyone to go visit this lovely land of fire and ice. 🔥
Peep how we did it below, and happy travels!
We flew to Iceland via Reykjavik (KEF) which is about 45 minutes from the city center. When we arrived we decided to stay for 3 days to get adjusted to the time change. We stayed at a lovely hotel called Reykjavik Lights by Keahotels who had wonderful vegan options for breakfast each morning including fresh fruit, oatmeal, toast with peanut butter and jelly, and more. Breakfast was included with the cost of the hotel each day.
In Reykjavik itself we found many vegan options including our favorite, @veganaes owned by super chef @linneanuni which is located inside of a bar in the city center. We recommend heading there for lunch and trying her vegan fish option! Other restaurants to hit up while in Reykjavik are @Gloiceland for super clean food, @kaffi_vinyl for delicious lasagna, @jommnomm for super quick and inexpensive burgers. While at Jomm (which is located in crates in a parking lot but is really cool), head across the street to Hagkaup to do any grocery shopping. They have a massive vegan section of the market in the frozen aisle as well as oat milks, almond milk, yogurt, @followyourheart dressings and mayo and so much more. If you are budget conscious, shopping and cooking will be awesome as meals out start at $20 per person, even just for a bowl of soup! Another grocery store we found is Bonus, and they have a wonderful selection of options too, including tons of products from @the_tofurky_company. Some other restaurants to hit up while in Reykjavik are @prikid101 for an outrageous brunch, ramen at @ramenmomo, ice cream at @joylato_icecream, and crepes at Elder Og.
After eating at all of these spots in just three days (don’t judge, it was for research!) we rented an RV from McRent and set off on our adventure! We went around the Golden Circle, pulling off to the side of the road to see waterfalls, rainbows, (continued in comments)
Má bjóða þér vegan hjónabandssælu, vegan kúrbítssúkkulaðiköku, súkkulaði- perutertu, eplaböku, franska súkkulaðiköku eða kókosmarengs toppa með ananasrjóma og karamellu? Komdu þá! Opið til 5 í dag #vegan#veganreykjavik