Why Go? Glaciers, volcanoes, icebergs, and the northernmost capital city in the world – does Iceland need any further marketing? Whether you are landing in the country for the nature or the fermented shark, a day or two in Reykjavik is a must. Iceland’s cool capital will keep you busy during the day but it […]
The Sea Baron (Sægreifinn) stands proud in a cheerful, turquoise-green building on Reykjavik’s old harbour. The name refers to both a man, Kjartan Halldórsson, a former fisherman and Icelandic Coast Guard chef, and his restaurant, Sægreifinn, famous for serving the best lobster soup in the world. Arriving on the table in a steaming bowl and […]
On a recent trip to Iceland I became enamoured with Icelandic cuisine. What’s not to love? It’s traditional, it’s hearty, and it chased a penetrating cold and damp from my bones. Iceland isn’t the warmest of vacation destinations. Even in summer high temperatures hover around 13 degrees Celsius but when it rains, as it often […]
Beer is brewed, in varying degrees of quality, in countries across the globe. It brings colleagues together when they close the working week with a cold one at the pub, friends together as they support their favourite sports teams, throw a steak on the backyard barbeque, or celebrate milestones in their lives, and leads aficionados […]
It was common knowledge before even stepping onboard the WOW air flight that if you wanted something to eat during the flight, you had better have brought something with you or be willing to part with your money. Founded in 2011, WOW air is a quirky little airline with vintage like outfits and a huge […]
What is Travel Gluttons?
Travel Gluttons is about finding good local food around the world and understanding how to eat it.
We’re here to help make sure you don’t go hungry while travelling, to show you exactly how to tackle that unusual dish without looking like a fool, and to help you enjoy the culture of a location through its food.