Diu is a unique and composite blend of Gujarat\'s and Portuguese cuisine.This blend then, leaves few food domains that are not covered in the island\'s menu. On one hand you find traditional Gujrati food, its flavors and elements derived from the state nearby and on the other hand you have an influence of the past with Portugeese cuisine only complimented by the sea around and a dominance of exotic sea food. While these are the defining cultures, one can find a few more international cuisines as well as typical Indian food in the restaurants. The island is also popular because of availability of alcoholt, givent the adjacent dry state of Gujrat. This open aired restaurant at Hoka Island Villa with its pleasant, tree-shading ambience is excellent with breakfasts. Their prawn coconut curry and fish & chips are worth mentioning. Going with its name, the Night Heron Restaurant is more suited for evening meals or just relaxing with some beer. It serves South Indian cuisine for breakfast while lunch and dinner menus feature North Indian and Chinese cuisine.