Fiji Restaurants
The Flavours of Fiji at Marriott Resort Momi Bay
Keen to sample the flavours of Fiji? Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay features a wide variety of restaurants to suit every palate. With five premium dining options to choose from, you are guaranteed to find a dish to suit your mood, at any time of day. Serving both local and international cuisines with a side of Marriott’s signature customer service, the resort offers everything from a light bite to fine dining. Fish Bar Overlooking panoramas of the Pacific Ocean, Fish Bar, one of three renowned restaurants at the resort, is the perfect dining destination to unwind at and indulge in Fiji’s striking sunsets. [caption id="attachment_48805" align="alignnone" width="800"] Enjoy seafood and sunsets while overlooking the ocean at Fish Bar.[/caption] Perched on the tip of a peninsula, Fish Bar offers casual seafood dining by day, and elegant dining by night, specialising in all your grilled favourites from the land and sea. The menu showcases an abundance of local seafood mixed with your favourite grilled meats, and with breathtaking views of the ocean, it's the ideal choice for a romantic dinner.   Spoil your loved one by indulging in a private waterfront cabana dinner for two, featuring a finely crafted five-course menu with Champagne. Lagoon House Restaurant & Bar Dine in the unique atmosphere of Lagoon House Restaurant & Bar. Simple, yet delicious fare includes pizzas, salads, light bites and more, all prepared from high quality produce and served with lagoon views and an impressive offering of classic drinks.   Lagoon House Restaurant & Bar brings the flavours of the Mediterranean to Viti Levu. Why not try a fresh Nicoise salad with yellow fin tuna or the Mediterranean-spiced chicken skewers from the  lunch menu? And for those who have worked up an appetite throughout the day, a selection of sandwiches and burgers are readily available. Mouthwatering Peach Melba with vanilla ice-cream, whipped cream, berry sauce and almonds is the perfect way to end on a sweet note. [caption id="attachment_48807" align="alignnone" width="800"] The flavours of Fiji are not only delicious, but colourful as well.[/caption] Come dinner, Lagoon House Restaurant & Bar offers a variety of international dishes, such as Moroccan spiced lamb salad and beef osso bucco. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a Momi Bay cheese cake or apple and mascarpone torta. The drinks menu includes local and international beers, premium wines and hand-poured cocktails.   Evening entertainment at the venue includes a variety of shows, including a Polynesian fire performance with renditions courtesy of the village choir or a Fijian Meke. Goji Kitchen & Bar From buffet breakfasts and delicious lunches to exquisite dinners, Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay invites you to indulge at the all-day dining Goji Kitchen & Bar, where you’ll find a variety of Fijian, Asian and international dishes made with fresh local produce and all bursting with flavour.   Employing the freshest of ingredients, treat your tastebuds with the all day a la carte menu, amazing all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast or delicious buffet dinner featuring an abundance of hot and cold dishes, gourmet salads and decadent desserts. [caption id="attachment_48806" align="alignnone" width="800"] Goji offers a delightful fusion of Fijian and Asian cuisines.[/caption] Start the day with a selection of breakfast favourites: indulge in pancakes, waffles, French toast, island fruits, traditional Asian offerings, house-baked pastries, daily specialties and build-your-own omelettes. Complement your meal with a glass of freshly squeezed juice or a hot cup of fresh-brewed coffee.   At lunch, a range of quick and tasty bites are available, including soy and honey chicken skewers, assorted dumplings and vegetable samosas. You’ll also find a mix of Asian plates, including Vietnamese Pho Bo soup and Tom Yum Gai, and local favourites like the Fijian lamb and potato curry, paneer tikka masala and prawn curry.   Goji Kitchen & Bar really comes to life in the evening, serving up a diverse range of cuisines at themed buffet dinners. Here, you can satisfy your appetite with fresh, local foods and international flavours including Fijian, Indian, Asian and German throughout the week. Open-kitchen stations create a lively atmosphere in the restaurant, giving guests the opportunity to mingle with the resort chefs and watch the dishes being created from scratch. You and your loved ones will be treated to exquisite culinary fare, including a variety of chefs’ signature salads, main courses and delicious desserts.   If you’re celebrating a special occasion with family or friends, Goji Kitchen & Bar is the perfect place to enjoy great food and drinks in a warm and welcoming atmosphere.   To get more information and book now, visit
Mariott Fiji Resort
Pacific Island living: a Fiji Island Getaway
Sitting pretty on Momi Bay on the western coast of Viti Levu, Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay offers everything you dream an island getaway should be. Drift off to a gentle ocean breeze and wake up to the sound of lapping waves in your adults-only (cue romance) overwater bure villa at Fiji Marriott Resort Momi Bay.   Spend your day relaxing on the white sand beach, indulge yourself just a little with a signature cocktail at the resort’s swim-up bar or watch the sun set from the infinity pool – it’s adults only, too. Your idea of relaxation Whatever relaxation means to you, Momi Bay has it covered. If you're in need of a little pampering, visit the Quan Spa or take advantage of the resort’s many water-based activities –from a leisurely paddle atop a stand-up paddleboard through calm lagoon waters to soaking up the Fijian sun aboard a kayak. [caption id="attachment_48727" align="alignnone" width="800"] Spend your time as active - or as relaxed - as you like.[/caption] Prefer a steadier watercraft? Sail away on a hobie cat for the afternoon, or charter a private fishing boat. Sit back, relax and enjoy the ride onboard the open boat, waiting for the fish to bite while you navigate the island’s many beautiful reefs. Kick things up a notch If you like a little more action on the water, book a jetski safari for a thrilling adventure and memorable snorkelling experience. Here, you’ll dive into calm, clear waters and explore the colourful and abundant marine life of Fiji’s coral reefs. To get up closer and just a bit more personal, arrange a snorkelling or scuba-diving tour on the reef. [caption id="attachment_48729" align="alignnone" width="800"] Parasailing is just one of many activities available on-island.[/caption] Just a 15-minute boat ride from Cloudbreak – one of the world's best surf breaks, attracting professional surfers from all over the world – Fiji Marriott Resort is the closest 5-star resort to the break on the mainland, so surfing fans will rejoice. Explore more When you are ready to explore further, visit the resort’s tour desk for help finding and booking Fiji’s many attractions and activities. [caption id="attachment_48730" align="alignnone" width="800"] The ocean is literally at your doorstep with a stay here.[/caption] From day cruises to stunning Fijian islands, scenic helicopter scenic flights, zipline adventures, river safari tours and sightseeing tours, make the most of your island getaway and discover the very best Fiji has to offer.   For more information and to book now, visit
7 reasons why Fiji really is paradise
The islands of Fiji are a perennial favourite with Australian holidaymakers, who are lured back time and time again by the sybaritic pleasure of this Pacific nation. And as if the beaches and the smiling, welcoming people aren’t reason enough to head there (again), here are a few extra reasons why Fiji is paradise on Earth.
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The Rocks Bar.
Review: Vomo Island Resort, Fiji
Cindy Bingley-Pullin finds fun and sun enough for the whole family on the luxe Fijian island resort of Vomo. We see them at shore’s edge, watching as our six-seater seaplane swoops down from the sky for a watery landing in crystal-clear shallows.   [caption id="attachment_21937" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Vomo's accommodation is scattered along the beach with the thatched Royal Villa in the foreground.[/caption] Arrival Stepping out of the aircraft and onto soft sand, a line-up of smiling faces greets us – within seconds, we are surrounded by a swirl of shell garlands, melodic singing voices and strumming guitars.   “Bula, welcome home,” they chorus.   A home away from home, albeit a slower and decidedly superior version, is indeed what a stay at Vomo Island Resort feels like.   Part of Fiji’s Mamanuca Islands, Vomo is a private island only a 15-minute flight from Nadi airport.   And with just 28 villas and two residences, the resort will appeal to couples and families seeking a low-key luxury getaway within easy transit from most Australian destinations.   The reception we receive from the staff sets the tone for our visit: warm, friendly and informal. [caption id="attachment_21938" align="alignnone" width="1024"] The clean wooden lines of The Residence, which sleeps eight guests.[/caption] The room We are staying in the Royal Villa, a three-bedroom abode of exposed wood, thatched roofs and traditional prints, surrounded by lush tropical foliage and footsteps away from a calm ocean, shimmering like marbled turquoise.   The residence is spacious and all the expected mod-cons, a private pool and ample al fresco areas for relaxing keep our party of five adults and two toddlers happy.   Bedrooms have en suites with L’Occitane toiletries and power showers – the master bedroom also boasts a full-sized bath – and the fridge is replenished every day with complimentary bottles of water and soft drinks. Storage is slightly limited and we find the entertainment system tricky to operate, but free wi-fi means that the digitally reliant among us can stay connected to the outside world (phew).   There’s twice-daily housekeeping and a courtesy laundry service eliminates mundane chores, while affable ‘baby butlers’ and an extensive Kids’ Village help with child-minding duties. Atmosphere Having reopened in March 2015 after a mega-dollar renovation, the resort feels immaculate (think pared-back aesthetic with local design touches) yet organic and unspoilt. [caption id="attachment_21939" align="alignnone" width="1024"] The beachside pool of the Royal Villa.[/caption] Paths meander past hibiscus bushes and palms, accompanied by a hypnotic soundtrack of chirping birds and gently lapping waves.   A central hub houses the Reef Restaurant, where most meals are served, and a bar facing the main pool, an inviting rectangle of blue fringed by sunlounges and beach umbrellas.   Villas are discreetly tucked hillside or scattered beachfront, and perched on the western tip of the island is the Rocks Bar with uninterrupted views of sand, sea and sky; sunset drinks are a must-do here.   There’s a ‘barefoot luxe’ ethos evident throughout the resort: starched cloths over tabletops conceal toes wedged in sand underneath, and glasses of champagne are delivered to hammocks swinging from coconut trees. [caption id="attachment_21940" align="alignnone" width="1024"] The pared-back, relaxed aesthetic .[/caption] But Vomo is more than hedonistic. It is committed to conservation through several eco-initiatives. We support its involvement in the ‘Pack for a Purpose’ community program by bringing stationery supplies for neighbouring villages.   This ‘commitment to care’ extends to cuisine. Food and drink Meals (included in the daily rate) are light, fresh and delicious.   Gluten-free, dairy-free and vegetarian options are on every menu. At breakfast, cold-pressed green juices and organic eggs – squeezed and cooked to order respectively – ensure mornings are off to a wholesome start.   Kids are catered for with separate menus, while the kitchen will happily make up mini meals on request. Things to do A myriad of health and wellness activities is on offer at Vomo, with something to suit all three generations of our group: siblings discover underwater treasures together on guided snorkelling excursions; a husband-versus-wife challenge takes place at mini golf; mother and daughter indulge in spa sessions; and moments splashing with our little ones in the ocean make for the happiest memories of the holiday.   On our last night at Vomo, there is a full moon.   Under a lunar glow and an inky sheet of twinkling stars, we feast on Yasawa lobster and grilled fish skewers, before my two-year-old and I get up to dance to the guitar quartet playing pool-side.   As we sway to harmonious tunes, it truly feels like a place of belonging, where we have returned home. Details Vomo Island Resort Vomo Island, Fiji +679 666 7955 The IT verdict A private island escape that is exclusive yet accessible and providing ‘together time’ options to suit everyone from parents to teens, granny to baby.   Vomo is the perfect place for a family holiday, where no one need miss out on anything.   Location = 9/10 Vomo is only a short hop by air from Nadi International Airport, yet it feels a world apart.   Style/character = 9.5/10 Lovely, laid-back island living at its best.   Service = 8.5/10 A little forgetful and slow at times, but always so obliging, cheerful and charming that all is forgiven.   Rooms = 8/10 Simple, stylish furnishings and comfy beds for lazy morning lie-ins.   Food and drink =  8.5/10 Everything, from sashimi to steaks, pasta to paella is executed with flair. Coffee is semi-decent.   Value for money = 8/10 We paid $23,699 for five adults and two toddlers on a ‘pay for five nights, stay for seven’ offer, which was worth it, as the mostly inclusive resort rate meant we didn’t have to worry about many incidentals. Expect to pay premium prices for alcohol.
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