Icelandic-style cooking class, Reykjavik - Culinary Arts


207€ per person

Children 7 to 15 years 50% discount


4 hours approx.


Daily at 10:00 am




Light snacks upon arrival, use of apron, cooking ingredients, utensils, glass of wine, water and a recipe folder.

Menu changes according to the seasons and freshest fare available


About the cooking class

As your host, I would like to invite you to join me in this truly authentic and delicious culinary experience where you will actively participate and learn real Icelandic-style cooking.

Join our cooking class for some delicious fun and a chance to cook with fresh, local ingredients under the supervision of one of our Chefs. Icelandic fish and lamb take the center stage in our Nordic style cuisine and together with the relaxed atmosphere and personal approach of our Chefs our aim is to leave you with a memorable culinary experience.

All participants will work together to create a three-course meal, each dish every step of the way. You will get involved in every aspect of the art of cooking — you will learn to prepare a “mise-en-place”, orchestrate a full meal, and plate up your culinary creations.

We change the menu according to the seasons and the freshest fare available locally at the time of the class, but be assured that it will be delicious and with a decidedly Nordic flair. 

At the end of the cooking class, we will all dine together and savour the delicious meals we have created, accompanied by a glass of well-earned wine.

Because I really want you to take a little piece of Iceland back home, you will also get a recipe folder as a gift, so you can make a delicious Icelandic menu for your friends and family and share with them the great time you have spent in my beautiful country.


Other booking options

Groups of 6 or more can book a private day class on any day.

Evening classes are available any day at 5:00 pm or later for private groups of 5 people or more. Please contact for prices.

Discount available for groups of 10 people or more

Skill level

This cooking class does not require any prior culinary experience and we pride ourselves in catering for all needs, gourmet cooks and novices alike.


Please wear closed-toed comfortable shoes and keep your hair tied back during food preparation


Paid parking nearby


This activity takes place rain or shine.


If you are a solo traveler contact me to join other participants

About the host

I´m a professional chef, food writer, and former editor-in-chief at the leading Icelandic food & wine magazine Gestgjafinn.

Other activities

Available for private events, birthday party, wedding shower, team building, etc.

Meeting at/location

Downtown Reykjavik. Address of the class will be provided after booking.


"Gourmet cooking class with Sirri"

"The class, which covered a full Icelandic meal, was excellent. The chef, who is a well-known personality, approached the class with professionalism and a willingness to help where needed.The meal was superb covering everything from appetizer of artic char to a crusted rack of lamb and unusual potato and fennel salad. We broke off into groups with specific items to prepare for the grand meal at the end. The piece de resistance was a skyr and caramel panna cotta. We enjoyed the fruits of our labor with wine and appertif in a lovely dining room . I highly recommend this class for those who want Icelandic cuisine at its best!"

"A unique dining experience in Reykjavik"

"We came to Iceland for our honeymoon wanting a unique experience and Audur delivered. She has a wonderful cooking school in a gorgeous building with a view.

We enjoyed a three course meal and learned a ton about local Icelandic culture. We also had wonderful conversation with the other guests in attendance. I would absolutely recommend this class to everyone that likes cooking. Audur takes a lot of pride in her business and goes above and beyond to gather the freshest and most local ingredients.

I even learned some neat cooking tips. I've re-made the meal twice since we've been home! It was delicious!! Thank you Audur!"