Organic Flavours at Matava

Dining at Matava involves an imaginative blend of local and international cuisine. meals are served in our restuarant “The Terrace”  on the front of our Main Bure, one of Fiji’s largest traditional structures where guests gather from around the world for papaya salad, mango chicken, coconut curries and sashimi while sharing conversation and friendship.    

The Terrace Restaurant serving fresh organic dishesMeals are all offered as part of the Matava package; comprising a continental style breakfast, lunch, and a three – course dinner extravaganza.

Our friendly Fijian staff will put a smile on your face and make sure you will love the food as much as they love preparing it for you.

Local seasonal delicacies are always found in the menu as well as the days fresh produce, which incorporates locally grown organic tropical fruit and vegetables, home style freshly baked breads and muffins and freshly caught seafood like tuna, trevally, lobster and walu (Spanish mackeral).

Fabulous lovo feasts, a traditional Fijian meal cooked over hot stones in the ground, are held once a week, usually accompanied by a kava/yaqona session with the guys simging into the night.

We cater for very well for those vegetarians amongst us.

Any special dietary requirements are catered to if we are warned in advance.

Organic garden

Matava boasts an extensive organic vegetable garden offering a host of fresh vegetables and fruits used daily in our meals to provide the freshest fare.

The garden offers such fruits as coconuts, pineapple, pawpaw, guava, banana, mangos, lemons, melons, avocados and mandarins.

We also grow delicious organic vegetables such as eggplant, tomatoes, lettuces, cucumber, zucchini, carrots, cabbages, pumpkin, capsicum, radishes, and cassava.

To complement our vegetable dishes, we also grow a variety of herbs such as coriander, basil, sage and oregano. We have a nursery to start seeds in a controlled environment, which we then transplant to the garden.

Since we compost all our organic waste, we have a large compost system to help enrich the already fertile soil.

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