Located at the Pacific Casino Hotel, this is a popular spot for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is well known around town for its delicious BBQ buffet feast every Friday night. The restaurant is located on the waterfront and the buffet is set up poolside with a pleasant view of the ocean. The Friday buffet caters to seafood lovers with lobster and prawns along with succulent tuna steaks. There are roasts as well as a generous selection of other meat dishes, vegetarian stir fry, salads, soup, and spring rolls. Finish this off with a good selection of desserts.

One of the three restaurants at the Honiara Hotel, the Oasis, offers one of the best seafood platters in town. The platter, including all the best Pacific Island seafood, includes oysters, prawns and lobster. As well as seafood, there is a great variety of other dishes, including steak, crepes and desserts. The restaurant is located on the upper level of the hotel, adjacent to the bar and swimming pool. There are great views of the ocean and pleasant breezes, allowing for either indoor or outdoor dining. For a casual snack, order your meal and eat it seated on a deck chair beside the pool.

Sea King Restaurant is situated on the waterfront, has pleasant views and serves some of the best salt and pepper squid in the Pacific. The menu has a wide variety of cuisine and service is courteous and prompt. Ensure you start with the popular chicken and corn soup, and for mains enjoy highlights such as steamed coconut crab and garlic prawns. It is widely known as one of the top Asian restaurants in town and ideal for either social outings or group dining.

Located at Iron Bottom Sound Hotel, the bar facilities are good and the menu offers a tasty selection of pizza, pasta, steak and seafood. If you are looking for a place to enjoy a quiet drink and tapas, then this is the spot. The setting overlooks the water and is an ideal venue to enjoy a Honiara sunset whilst enjoying a beer and tapas.

If Indian flavours are what you are hungry for, go no further than the Taj Mahal, located near the airport. The meals, which are a generous size, have rich traditional flavours and range from butter chicken through to spicy meat curries. Breads, papadams, pickles and chutneys are a tasty accompaniment to these delicious meals.

This is a cheerful and welcoming restaurant with menu inspirations from Korea, Japan and China. A sumptuous Yum Cha menu is available every weekend from 11am - 3pm, including dumplings and pork buns, a large variety of meat options, rice, vegetable and noodle choices. There is also a selection of sweets on offer and traditional tea topped up throughout your meal at no additional cost.