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5 Best Vegan & Vegetarian Restaurants in the Mamanuca Islands

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Restaurants with Vegetarian and Vegan Options in the Mamanuca Islands

Being a vegan or vegetarian can be difficult when travelling, especially when confined to the choices of your resort’s restaurants. With that in mind, we’ve put together a few ideas of vegan and vegetarian-friendly resorts where you can find vegan and vegetarian restaurants in the Mamanuca Islands. While exclusive vegetarian restaurants is not a thing on the Mamanuca Islands, some resorts are well-stocked with vegan and vegetarian ingredients. Make sure you let the resort know your requirements before you arrive.

While you’re here, don’t miss our Foodie Guide to the Mamanuca Islands.

1. The Terrace – Malolo Island Resort

Having dietary requirements is made easy at the Malolo Island Resort. The resort’s restaurants carry a range of dairy-free and egg-free products to spruce up something delicious on request. So, let them know your preferences prior to your arrival and they may be able to produce an exclusive menu for you. Alternatively, vegetarian meals are well-marked on their menus and you’ll definitely find something yummy at the Terrace Restaurant. The restaurant at lunch has a “build-your-own” speciality section. Learn more about this resort in our 10 Accommodation in the Mamanuca Islands for Foodies.

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2. Dick’s Place – Musket Cove Island Resort

Vegetarians have a real treat at Dick’s Place with a generous selection of veggie meals made from the island farm. Vegetarian meals, of which there are plenty, include coconut pot pie and various salads and pasta dishes. Find this restaurant at Musket Cove Resort, also accessible from other resorts on Malolo Lailai Island.

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3. Tovolea – Six Senses Fiji

Health and wellness are at the forefront of a Six Senses holiday so naturally, the resort’s restaurants are packed with healthy vegetarian and vegan options. The Tovolea restaurant has a wealth of vegetarian options, such as braised quinoa, tortellini, risotto, tacos and much more. As with everywhere, the vegan options are more limited, but something can be spruced up if you let the team know in advance. See more resorts like this in our 10 Feel-Good Fiji Eco Resorts.

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4. Fijiana Restaurant – Likuliku Lagoon Resort

Try simply divine Pacific Rim cuisine at the adult-only Likuliku Lagoon Resort. The Fijiana Restaurant has stunning views overlooking the ocean to go with a menu of creative dishes. Ask for their vegetarian menus with dishes such as chargrilled stuffed eggplant, salt and pepper tofu, and tagliatelle – all with a Fijian flare. For more resort like this, check out our 7 Adult-Only Resorts in Mamanuca Islands.

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5. Navini Island Resort Restaurant

Using locally-grown ingredients, the Navini Island Resort is another fantastic option for vegans and vegetarians. Let them know your requirements and they can provide you with gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan, non-dairy and Halal options just for you. Otherwise, the resorts meal plans have at least one vegetarian option each day on their balanced lunch and dinner menus. Need more food during your stay in the Mamanucas? Check out our 10 Things to Do in the Mamanuca Islands for Foodies.

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Laura S.

This article was reviewed and published by Laura, editor in chief and co-founder of Fiji Pocket Guide. Since arriving solo in the South Pacific over 10 years ago with nothing but a backpack and a background in journalism, her mission has been to show the world how easy (and awesome) it is to explore a paradise such as Fiji. She knows the islands inside-out and loves sharing tips on how best to experience Fiji’s must-dos and hidden gems. Laura is also editor of several other South Pacific travel guides.

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