"""""Kokoda"", typical dish from Fiji, Viti Levu, Fiji.
Andre Seale/© Andre Seale
Sample local specialties—including a warm “Bula!” welcome and a sip of ceremonial kava—at this Fijian-owned eatery right in the Port Denarau complex. Seafood lovers will enjoy ceviche-like kokoda as well as banana leaf–wrapped fish cooked in an underground lovo oven. Vegetarians, especially those who like coconut milk and cassava, will find menu options too.
Ceviche-style fish (called kokoda in Fiji), root-vegetable chips, lobster, and inventive desserts are served up at this laid-back, locally owned spot known for its fantastic Fijian cuisine. Coconut milk figures in many preparations, and there’s also fresh coconut milk to drink. Live music and friendly service make it a good choice in Port Denarau—just bring along some mosquito repellent in the evenings. Ask your hotel about the location, as it is difficult to pinpoint on Google Maps.