Vava’u may be on a remote location in the South Pacific, but this doesn’t mean that you won’t get to have a plethora of dining options. There are lots of restaurants in Vava’u that offer international cuisine, be it Chinese or Italian, for those who crave the familiar gastronomic experience when in vacation. Those with a curious palate would be glad to know that most of the dining establishments in Vava’u also offer Polynesian cuisine and dishes prepared in traditional Tongan style.
The islands of Vava’u have lush greenery and plantations, so you can look forward to getting fresh, locally sourced fruits and vegetables. A lot of restaurants also typically put on shows of local songs and Tongan dances so you get cultural entertainment while dining with a view of the the water.