Food & Fun - Reykjavik, Iceland

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Food & Fun - Reykjavik, Iceland

The Food & Fun festival combines extraordinary culinary talent with a selection of fine Icelandic ingredients, add to that Reykjavik 's world famous nightlife and countless adventures in the great outdoors and you have the ultimate recipe for fun! ||The essential component of the festival involves world-renowned chefs collaborating with Reykjavik 's finest restaurants, and as an extra serving of food and fun, chefs compete to create a three-course meal using exclusively Icelandic ingredients.

The Food & Fun Festival will take place for the 13th time between February 26th and March 2nd 2014.



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