Get a taste of paradise with Fiji food and drink. Traditional flavours and ingredients entice and delight, while cultural influences from China, India, and Europe add another dimension to the dining landscape. Wander the bay of Suva and you’re sure to find something that entices you among the large collection of restaurants.
The smell of Fijian cuisine alone is enough to leave your mouth watering. Fresh seafood and tropical fruits make for an unforgettable dining experience. Whether you’re indulging in fine-dining or eating with the locals over a roaring fire, make sure you take some cooking tips home with you!
Fiji Food Markets
Fresh, delicious, and cheap – Fiji’s food markets are unmissable. Open from early morning until the late evening, the must-see Suva Municipal Markets are plentiful with fresh produce and friendly faces. Tropical fruits, root vegetables, and seafood are market specialties. The market vendors are happy to chat and the prices will barely make a dint in your wallet.
Fiji is a culinary adventure. Dine on freshly caught seafood right on the beach. Feast on traditional barbecue and be treated to famous local hospitality and entertainment. Fijian cuisine can always be enjoyed in the most picturesque surroundings, particularly in the dining precinct along the coastline of Suva. Rich indigenous cooking, coupled with the cultural influences of Asia and Europe, make Fiji restaurants as eclectic as they are delicious.
Fiji Bars and Nightlife
Whether you’re after a barefoot beach party or a sophisticated drink as the sun goes down, Fiji bars and nightlife are spirited and unique. Music and dancing are high on the priority list for many locals, and the atmosphere is infectious. Sampling some kava is a must while you’re in Fiji. Each island is home to its own nightlife and bar scene, but the main hot-spots after sundown are found in Viti Levu, in Suva and Nadi. The nightlife on smaller islands can mostly be found in the bars of hotels and resorts.