The most popular restaurants in Suva are Chinese, and many of these whip up over-the-counter meals for around F$6. However, with variable hygiene standards, this kind of fast food is best avoided unless purchased from one of the two busy food courts: one at Downtown Boulevard off Renwick Rd; the other at Dolphin’s Plaza on the corner of Victoria Parade and Loftus St – both are open between 8am and 5pm but closed on Sundays. Otherwise, there’s a good variety of cuisine on offer from European to Indian and prices seldom exceed F$30. BBQ hawkers set up on Victoria Parade beside Ratu Sukuna Park from 6pm every day selling large portions of chicken and sausage with dalo and salad for F$5 – make sure the food is cooked in front of you as it often sits around for a while.

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