For your three meals a day, we work together with a local restaurant Palm Village, it is the best restaurant you can find at Addu with a local, Indian and Western cuisine.
Maldives Food and Drink You know where you are going! Why not check out what to Eat & Drink Maldivian food can at first appear a fairly limited affair. The country’s small size and tropical oceanic location ensures fish and fruit, normally the coconut, are central ingredients to many dishes.
Most meals will consist of fish, usually combined in some way with rice and coconut. The islands are heavily influenced in palate by the Indian subcontinent, specifically Kerala in southern India and Sri Lanka, but with its own distinct richness of flavour. The use of peppers, chillies and curry leaves to make curries therefore abounds, and flavours are generally very hot andpicy.
- Banbukeylu harisa: Curry of steamed breadfruit, chilli, onion and coconut.
- Bis keemiyaa: Pastry filled with tuna and hardboiled egg.
- Hedhikaa: Traditional snacks, or ‘short eats’, such as samosas, sold by small cafés.
- Garudiya: Fish broth prepared using chillies, onion and lemon juice. Rihaakuru: Brown paste made from concentrating down fish stock.
- Mashuni: Mashed tuna mixed with coconut, chilli and onion and served for breakfast with roshi.
- Roshi: Flatbread.
- Thelui mas: Spicy fried fish such as grouper, swordfish, jobfish or octopus.
- Kavaabu: Deep-fried snacks made from rice, tuna, coconut, lentils and spices.
- Dhon riha: Tuna curry with coconut, mango, cinnamon and ginger.
- Dhonkeyo kajuru: Fried banana cake flavoured with rose water or vanilla.
- Sai: Tea; a Maldivian favourite.
- Raa: Toddy tapped from palm trees, sometimes left to ferment and thus slightly alcoholic - the closest any Maldivian gets to alcohol.
Locals restaurants don't provide alcohol, which is generally only sold in tourist resorts.
A service charge of 10% is automatically included in meals and for drinks.
Great Dives, Nice Food and a Good Sleep,
that´s all we need!
Your Aquaventure Team