I'm actually really pissed that I didn't take enough food photos in Iceland. This past July I visited Reykjavik without any knowledge of their food culture, and was greeted by pleasant surprises. The Icelandic are amazing at cooking seafood. Their cuisine is kind of like a French Italian fusion with a twist. So basically when you think you are eating a delicious piece of steak, it's actually whale or puffin. When you want something to snack on with your drink, they serve you Hakarl(stinky shark).
Not trying to brag, but I've travelled around the world growing up and I've had my fair share of high quality seafood. But I gotta say, I probably had some of the best seafood I've ever had(lobster tail especially) in Iceland. Something about their extreme coldness, nurtures the tastiest ocean treats, even puts Japan to shame.
The above photo includes puffin egg, dried whale, dried shark, and all types of food products (sorry for the shitty caption, totally didn't get a good look hahaha).
All the above are the snacks we bought on our first day. Being the food adventurist, I went to the super market and just grabbed whatever looked good or funky. There's green lamb cheese, feta, dried fish, monkfish liver in a can, shrimp salad, salami, olive bread, candies, and bombass blueberries. Speaking of blueberries, also the tastiest ever! Again, must be a climate and soil combined effort. Why can't they just come to whole foods on Bryant Park already?