Because of the ethnic diversity there is a variety of exotic food available.Indian specially roti with chicken, Chinese, Javanese Indonesian, Creole.


East Indian food is less spicy compared to original Indian food, but still a well appreciated meal.


Although Indonesian food might be appropriate, the Indonesian people we have in Suriname are mostly if not all from the island Java. And Java has its own cuisine distinct from the rest of Indonesian food. Furthermore as you might have guessed the food has evolved to a more Surinamese culture and is thus very different from food you'd find in Java. Nevertheless it tastes great and you should try it. The most popular places where you would find such food is in 'warung's' Lelydorp on your way from the airport to Paramaribo, or Blauwgrond in Paramaribo, and since recently near the bridge in Commewijne.


International menu are available in the more expensive downtown restaurant and hotels in Paramaribo.


Chinese food tastes great everywhere in the world. Suriname is no exception. Good restaurants can be found in ParamariboAlso try visiting the Chinese market on Sunday and many of their Dim Sum restaurants