Diu Island Cuisine

Diu Island cuisine mainly includes Gujarati and Portuguese. Other than these two, seafood is also enjoyed to a great extent. Tourists as well as the local people can savor delicacies from a number of cuisines in the restaurants of Diu Island.

Diu Island cuisine comprises a variety of dishes, which have different origin. As Diu Island is situated near Gujarat, the main cuisine is Gujarati. Apart from Gujarati food, people also enjoy the traditional Portuguese cuisine in Diu Island.

Cuisine of Diu Island includes a great deal of fish eating. Local people as well as the tourists love to eat the varieties of sea fish available in Diu Island.

Restaurants in Diu Island

Diu Island cuisine can be best enjoyed in the local restaurants, which are popular for both Portuguese and Gujarati cuisines. Besides, the tourists can also get a flavor of South Indian and several international cuisines. Some of the popular restaurants in Diu Island are:
  • Kohinoor
  • Orignath
  • Magic do mar
  • Apna
  • Sarovar
  • Deepee
  • Saraswati
  • Maratha D'souza
Seafood is an important part of Diu Island Cuisine. There are restaurants for particular types of food. Magic do mar and Apna are known for the wide variety of seafood. Maratha Dísouza is a Portuguese restaurant while one can get Goan as well as continental food in Orignath. For Gujarati food, one can visit Sarovar. However, there are multi-cuisine restaurants as well. Here people can choose from a wide range of choices.

Last Updated on 26 September 2012



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