Best Fiji restaurants, bars and lounges

Tickle your tastebuds with local dishes that will have you craving for more.

Fish and root vegetables are common in Fiji, but that doesn’t mean the country’s dishes are boring. In fact, they’re anything but.

On the islands, be sure to try lovo, a dish cooked in banana leaves which is placed in a hole and covered in dirt until it’s smoking. You also need to try kokoda, grilled mahi mahi, rourou and cassava chips as well.

For a taste of luxury and exquisite restaurants, make your way over to Denarau Island. However, if hip bars are what you’re seeking, Nadi has the best in town.

Searching for the hottest tables but unsure where to go? Take a look below for our suggestions on the best restaurants in Fiji.


Flying Fish Fiji

This restaurant pairs fine dining with locally sourced ingredients and a waterfront view to make for the perfect evening out. Fresh seafood and exotic flavours are the inspiration behind the dishes at Flying Fish Fiji. With spectacular reviews on TripAdvisor and a slew of awards, you won’t want to miss this place.

Sheraton Fiji, Denarau Island South, Nadi


Eco Cafe

Mix Italian and Fijian and you get Eco Cafe. Here, pizzas are made in the wood fire oven and fresh vegetables are a key ingredient in the dishes. Kick back and relax at this cosy bamboo cafe with a pretty view of the sea or bring your own beer and get ready for a delicious meal in the afternoon or evening.

Queens Road, Votua


Lomani Wai

Kick off your shoes and dine in a new way at the Radisson Blu Resort. Enjoy a three course meal as your feet dangle in the water of the lagoon pool. You’ll be served by Fijian warriors and see a traditional ceremony before your meal is served. Be sure to book in advance.

Radisson Blu Resort, Denarau Island, Viti Levu


Skinny Bean Cafe

This cafe is rumoured to have the best coffee in the Pacific Harbour. On top of the fantastic java, check in here for sweet treats like peanut butter shakes and miniature donuts. Wi-Fi is also complimentary at this breakfast hotspot.

Shop 5B Arts Village, Pacific Harbour


Cozmo Lounge

Local spirits, a wine list with great value and a relaxed atmosphere is what you can expect from Cozmo Lounge. It’s a trendy bar with 25 cocktails to choose from and TVs to keep you up to date with the latest sports games.

Tappoo City, Scott Street, Suva


Ed’s Bar

A place to find locals and travellers alike, Ed’s Bar plays upbeat music to keep the night going. With pool tables, multiple bars and a beer garden, Ed’s is known as one of the best hot spots in Nadi for a late night out on the town.

Kennedy Street, Martintar, Nadi

Food tours and cooking classes

Eat like a local and try new dishes while exploring where the locals go with these top food-based tours in Fiji.

Nadi Local Experience with Market Visit and Fijian Lunch
Nadi Local Experience with Market Visit and Fijian Lunch

City Discovery

Full-Day Tour to Cloud 9 in Fiji including Lunch
Full-Day Tour to Cloud 9 in Fiji including Lunch


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Stephanie is the travel editor at finder.com.au. On top of being an avid traveller, she's an all-round bargain hunter. If there's a deal on hotels or a sale on flights, she'll know about it. And she'll let you know about it, too. Though probably not before she buys her own ticket.

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