What is the food like at the resorts?
Meal time is generally very social and a fantastic way to experience the Fijian culture. The menus at each resort differ, with some à la carte and some buffet style. Fijian food is generally very tasty and includes delicious fresh fruit, fish, barbecue meat and traditional fare, such as the melt-in-your-mouth marinated fish dish, kokoda.
Eating at the resort where you're staying is generally the only choice - there are no restaurants around the corner. The style of meals varies, but the general rule of thumb is the more upmarket the property, the better the dining experience you can expect. Having said that you’ll get some great meals at even the Simple Stays properties (especially the 'lovos' where food is cooked in the ground).
All resorts seek to offer a mix of Fijian and European styles using fresh local produce.
We recommend vegetarians inform the resort on arrival.
'Simple Stays' and 'Relaxed Resorts' meals
Meals are included in the accommodation price at all Simple Stays while meal plans are compulsory at Relaxed Resorts and can be prepaid at time of booking in your currency or paid at the resorts upon check-in in Fijian dollars. The dishes are simple and filling and the Relaxed Resort properties will offer more variety and courses than the Simple Stays.