There are close to 150 registered restaurants in Fiji, each with their own menus that may differ from time to time, especially depending on food products in season.
You will no doubt find a decent restaurant wherever you are in the country. But if there is a certain delicacy that you’re looking for or an acquired taste, then only certain eateries will cater for your needs.
The capital city of Suva is home to numerous restaurants and fast food franchises that are open for business almost right throughout the year, within normal business hours of 8am to 5pm. A lot of these restaurants however, remain open for dinner, considering the amount of out-of-town commuters that work with in the city.
Lautoka and Nadi also have a few good eating spots along their main streets, but if you’re looking for a peculiar dish, than as it is all over the country, you’ll have to do a bit of searching. The locals often prefer their familiar dishes of chop suey, stir fried vegetables and meat, fish and carbs. So if you’re thinking of stopping and asking about a luxury diner, then you’ll be making a lot of stops.
As stated earlier, restaurants are easy to find in all major towns and cities right throughout the country. But then there’s always the yellow pages if you’re looking for something different. Just highlight a search topic, and you’ll be supplied with location, address, phone contacts and if you’re searching manually, you might also get mobile numbers and even email addresses.
Humans exchanging money for food in Suva between 1200 and 1430 & writing about it.
Join Picky Eater & Kania Tiko on an eating rampage around lunch. Have a look at what they're eating...and what they're NOT! Check out what's nice and what's best to stay a hundred feet away from.
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Lunch in Suva at www.lunchinsuva.blogspot.com
2 small fresh pineapples,300ml pineapple juice,150ml water,225g sugar,rind and juice of 1 lemon or lime,300ml whipped cream,3 tbsps Bounty Rum(optional).
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