The Maldivian cuisine has incorporated elements from the neighbouring Indian, Sri Lankan, and even African as well as Arabian cuisines – this rich combination will certainly make your taste buds sing.
A type of samosa that makes for a great snack, Bis Keemiya is a pastry that brims with a delicious filling of tuna, hard-boiled eggs, and gently sautéed slices of onions.
Reef Fish Cutlets
If you happen to feel snacky during your holiday at a property such as The Nautilus Maldives, think reef cutlets. A fine Maldives restaurant would offer everything from Mediterranean and Mexican to Japanese flavours, but nothing can beat the taste of this delicious delight.
Huni Roshi is an Indian flatbread – a Maldivian chapati. Coconut is the main ingredient of this dish. This can be paired off with a delicious sweet or savoury dish.
Yams are easily grown in the Maldives and it makes for a great snack when fried. Fried yams are quite crunchy on the outside and deliciously moist on the inside.