Continental cuisine is the norm in Fiji since most of the visitors and chefs hail from Australia and New Zealand. Traditional Fijian foods like taro and other root vegetables, pork rubbed in sea salt, and fresh seafood baked in an underground oven they call a lovo, have been refined but not completely lost. Most resorts have a lovo night as an excuse for a luau-type music and dance show for guests. Since many of the resorts are on private islands and the rates include meals, you're likely to only eat where you're staying. The exception would be if you wanted to dine at a nearby resort. If that's the case, be sure to call ahead and find out if they take outside visitors. If food is your top priority, you might consider choosing your resort by the quality of its restaurants. We've suggested what we think are a few of the best resort restaurants, plus a few off-property options in Nadi, where you are most likely to be transiting for at least one night.