Fijian cuisine is steeped in tradition but with new resorts and internationally renowned chefs flocking to the islands, a modern twist to Fiji’s cultural cuisine is apparent.
Enhancements to Fijian traditional food offerings, amplify the fresh, local ingredients this island nation is famous for.
Here we uncover some tantalising options to keep everyone’s tummies happy:
Six Senses resort wants to see the island become fully self-sustainable.
Utilising an organic blend of local and imported produce, Six Senses aims to create memories through their cuisine and features an extensive list of dining experiences.
Enjoy an open-air picnic, romantic moonlight dinners by the beach or dine under the stars by lantern on a floating pontoon.
Breakfast is included daily and you have the opportunity to collect your own eggs from the resort’s chickens, then have the chef prepare them in your preferred style.
The resort’s Tovolea Bar & Lounge offers cocktails with a twist enhanced by the resort’s homemade kombucha. A tropical favourite, the Live Colada is given a healthy dose of ‘living’ lemonade.
EVER-CHANGING, ALWAYS GOURMET
A premier gourmet destination in the South Pacific, VOMO offers unique epicurean experiences.
The property has an open-air show kitchen, where Fijian culinary influences are drawn from in the resort’s daily-changing lunch and dinner menus.
Renowned for incredible food and wine the dishes are complemented with ingredients straight from VOMO’s own herb and vegetable gardens.
A new Executive Chef together with a new Executive Sous Chef has resulted in a refined dining experience for guests at the InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort and Spa.
The culinary team source only the finest quality ingredients predominately from local suppliers, then add an Asian touch to create a fusion of delicacies combined with international styles of cooking.