The Taste of Iceland is back for a fifth time from Nov 12th to 15th with four days of festivities and a dazzling array of Icelandic food, music, film and culture.

In particular, who wouldn’t love to partake in a four course meal at Luma highlighting some of the best of Icelandic cuisine? It takes place this Sunday, November 15th and tickets are $115 including canapés, specialty cocktail, entertainment, four course dinner and wine pairings.

An Evening in Iceland | Sunday, November 15
On Sunday, Nov. 15, Luma will host An Evening in Iceland, an interactive event showcasing the best Icelandic cuisine. Ylfa Helgadóttir, chef de cuisine and owner of Kopar, will fly to Toronto to collaborate with local chefs Michael Wilson and Anthony Walsh at Luma. Ylfa has won numerous awards for her cooking and is part of Iceland’s national team of chefs.

Join chefs Helgadóttir, Wilson and Walsh for a meet and greet cocktail reception followed by a four-course tasting menu. Chefs will walk guests through the menu while they dine at communal tables and are treated to musical performances by Jófríður Ákadóttir of Samaris throughout the night. 19+ to enter.
WHEN: Nov. 15 | 5pm – 8:30pm
WHERE: Luma | 350 King St W | Toronto, ON | M5V 3C6
MENU: Four course menu
SIGNATURE COCKTAIL: Violet Mojito
RESERVATIONS: Tickets can be purchased online here.

There’s also a FREE concert on Saturday 8-11pm with Reykjavik Calling at Adelaide Hall. Details here.

Click here for more details and events taking place during Taste of Iceland 2015.

While we’re on the topic of this amazing tourist destination, we’ve got our eyes on an upcoming Secret Solstice Festival “Into the Glacier” party celebrating 72 hours of daylight in June 17-19th, 2016. With some flights as cheap as $99, a trip to Iceland is very enticing!
Here’s the recap video from last year’s “Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs“. Is it worth going? Let me know!

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