Fiji is made up of more than 300 islands and features a range of accommodation, restaurants and dining options that are just as many and varied. Bars, restaurants and cafes are spread across Viti Levu, Fiji's main island, as well as the capital Suva, the Coral Coast, North Coast, Fiji's second largest island Vanua Levu and many more. All Fiji restaurants offer diverse menus ranging from traditional Fijian cuisine to Western favourites, authentic Italian, Asian fusion and much more served as a buffet, a la carte, al fresco or made to order.
As the hub of cruise operations, Denarau offers a wide range of accommodation options featuring an excellent selection of restaurants and waterfront dining options. Sourced from the freshest local produce, these properties serve fresh seafood, Pan-Asian cuisine, themed evening buffets and delicious light meals and snacks throughout the day.
Sprawling along the southern shores of Viti Levu, the Coral Coast is renowned as an active holiday destination. It also has a reputation for excellent a la carte and casual dining offering a fantastic selection of homemade local and contemporary European cuisine accompanied by lagoon views, an extensive selection of imported wines and nightly entertainment.
As Fiji's capital and largest city, Suva is the tourism hub of the southeast coast of Viti Levu and offers a wide range of restaurants and dining options. Menus range from themed buffets to a la carte, modern brassiere and al fresco dining. Specialty coffees are also available with many restaurants also offering tropical cocktails, imported beer and fine wines to complement your meal.
Fiji's North Coast is a picturesque region with a reputation for an unspoilt natural environment that still enjoys all the modern conveniences. These include award-winning restaurants and mouth-watering cuisine such as traditional BBQs and fresh seafood as well as Pacific-style and International cuisine accompanied by scenic views.
One of Fiji's busiest destinations, Nadi features a kilometre of restaurants and cafes as well as those onsite at your accommodation offering Fijian, Indian, Asian and European cuisine, bar and grills, a la carte menus, family friendly dining, themed nights, evening entertainment and even traditional Kava ceremonies.
Set in the heart of Fiji's most popular holiday destinations, Pacific Harbour is also close to Suva and Nadi and offers a wide range of restaurants and dining options that range from contemporary cuisine to convenient and casual style dining with menus specifically catering for children. With options available for breakfast, lunch and dinner, fresh seafood is a clear favourite.
Renowned as Fiji's diving mecca, the Mamanuca Islands are off the west coast of Viti Levu and offer plenty of restaurants to sate your hunger after a big day of activities. Cuisine ranges from Fijian to Asian, European, fresh seafood and BBQ and is served alfresco, on the beach, as a buffet, in a relaxed family friendly atmosphere or in an intimate and romantic setting.
Made up of a number of islands and islets, the Yasawa Islands offer a number of restaurants and dining options and cuisines. Fresh locally caught seafood is a specialty as are the wine lists boasting some of the best in the South Pacific with wine from Australia and New Zealand and French champagne. Choose from a range of a la carte menus and daily blackboard specials.
Fiji's second larger island, Vanua Levu is a stunning tropical oasis ideal for open air restaurants and fresh Pacific cuisine created from local produce, herbs and spices. Enjoy traditional lovo feasts, Mongolian BBQ, 3 course lunches, 5 course dinners, gourmet picnics and a fusion of flavours with spectacular views of the beach, ocean, plantations and waterfalls.
Often referred to as the 'Garden Island' of Fiji, Taveuni offers exotic cuisine and fresh seafood as well as a wide range of local and international dishes made from the freshest local organic produce and served barefoot on the beach, candlelit by the pool or moonlit on the picturesque oceanfront decks and accompanied by fine New Zealand and Australian wines from the cellar.