The cuisine of Solomon Islands is as varied as the people and the culture of the country. There are influences from all over Asia that can be seen in the local cuisines, along with western influences as well which have been infused into the culture over the last few centuries, since the first Europeans set foot in the region.
You can also have traditional Filipino, Japanese, Chinese, French and other international cuisines in cafes and restaurants all over the country. Given the location of the country, you can also get some of the freshest seafood you have ever had, from fish, prawns, shrimp, crabs and many other varieties to tease your palate.
There is no legal age for purchasing alcohol in the country. If you wish to drink at a restaurant or a bar, however, you need to be at least 21 years or older.
The Bamboo Bar café is a happening place and it’s widely known for its tropical vibrant atmosphere with a casual laid back feel. The daily specials are written on a chalkboard every morning. It is a great place for a lazy breakfast, lunch or snacks through the day. Nings Coffee Shop and Bakery is one of the hippest places in the capital city. It is a small café at the side of the road with wrought iron chairs and fast food options.