Maldivian cuisine is a blend of Indian, Sri Lankan, and local flavours and ingredients. Whilst the archipelago is home to a variety of cuisines that are worth trying. Here are some of the must-try dishes to be had while holidaying in paradise.
Garudhiya is a traditional Maldivian fish soup that is made with diced fish, chilli, garlic, and lime juice. The dish is commonly served with rice and is considered one of the staple Maldivian cuisines. If you are looking for restaurants in Maldives to enjoy this scrumptious dish, you will find that the most lavish resorts in the archipelago including the Nova Maldives will have a host of cuisine options, including dishes like this in store for you.
A popular breakfast dish that consists of grated coconut, diced tuna and onion mixed with chilli, garlic, lime juice, and coconut milk, no Mas Huni dish is complete without being paired with roshi, a type of flatbread.
Bondibai is a staple sweet dish that is made just for those with a sweet tooth. The dish is made from rice flour, coconut milk and sugar and is often served as a delicious dessert or a snack.
These are small and savoury pastries that are filled with a mixture of fish and vegetables and spices. They are a popular snack in the Maldives and are often eaten as an appetizer or with evening