Dining out in Suva is a wonderful experience, with something for every taste, you could eat out every night for a month and still not visit the same restaurant twice. Go on, try it!
The Old Mill Cottage
49 Carnarvon St
Housed in a gracious old timber cottage, this is the place to go if you wish to dabble in authentic Fijian fare. Seating on the veranda is popular, or large booths inside are also available. Large serves and reasonable prices make this a firm favourite.
Royal Suva Yacht Club
A delicious mixture of international dishes offered overlooking the marina pontoons. There is a great kid’s playground at the yacht club in which you can let the kids build up their appetite.
A new venue for 2013! Deliciously mouthwatering flavours from around the world including Thai, Southern, Tapas, American, Filipino and more…Served day long in the bright and airy restaurant in the heart of Suva.
Bad Dog Café
Watch the world go by from a window seat, or hide away in a comfortable booth, this trendy café serves from a crowd pleasing menu of international dishes and bar snacks.
51 Carnarvon St
Steaks and burgers are a winner at this ultra modern venue with live music every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Courtyard seating optional, or inside with a/c for the more stifling of Suva days!
30 Macgregor Rd
A great place to have a reliable meal in pleasant and cool surroundings, excellent hamburgers and club sandwiches along with exciting daily specials.
Ratu Sukuna Rd, Nasese.
Mango café offers a delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner menu – and a great sandwich bar in a pleasant relaxed, modern environment. There is also a beer garden with live music on Thursday evenings.
The Holiday Inn
Reputedly the power breakfast & lunch capital of Suva. The varied buffet is the place to be seen eating within the bright and convivial atmosphere.
178 Waimanu Rd
Run by a Korean family, pungent kimchi and sticky Korean barbecue dishes are served as well as authentic squid, pork, tofu, prawn and chicken.
The culinary show performed by the skillful chefs at Daikoku are reason enough to spend an evening here! The food would hold up to any Tokyo restaurant. Bookings are recommended (call 330 8968) – it’s one of Suva’s most popular places to eat and is often full.
91 Gordon St (Ra Marama Bldg)
Japanese Teppanyaki cuisine prepared with flare! Known for their sushi and California rolls!
If a Sunday morning yum cha breakfast is your thing, then Restaurant 88 is the place to go. The regular menu also presents other authentic delights throughout the day if yum cha is not for you.
Chopsticks & Seafood Restaurant
68 Thomson St (upstairs)
Some of the best Chinese food in Suva is served here. BYO allowed, with no corkage fee charged!
The Great Wok of China
70 Bau St, Flagstaff
A short journey out of central Suva is worth it to sample the Chinese cuisine offered here. They are so good, they were chosen to serve the Vice President of China on a recent visit!
A clean, modern restaurant, specializing in South Indian delights, Korma, Dosa, Masala, Butter Chicken, Nann Bread, you name it, they do it – and do it well!
Singhs Curry House
The genuine taste of India, renowned throughout Fiji for its hot hot HOT dishes, so if spicy is how you like it, then head to Singhs!
Govinda’s Vegetarian Restaurant
93 Cumming St & Sports City
While you will be able to get a delicious vegetarian meal at most of the restaurants listed here, everything on the menu (curry, roti, samosa etc) at Govinda’s is entirely vegetarian – and many dishes are even vegan friendly. A winner even among carnivores!
For those occasions when you are part of an indecisive group, we have three well-equipped food courts with a plethora of international cuisine options on offer.
Level 3, MHCC Bldg, Thomson St.
Conveniently located and always bustling with activity, the food court has something for everyone, from Italian to Filipino.
Cnr of Loftus St & Victoria Pde
A variety of food outlets in a convenient location. Popular with locals.
Tappoo’s Food Court
Level 4, Tappoos Food Court, Scott St
The fourth floor food court boasts a stunning harbour view. A great selection of dishes, but try to beat the lunchtime rush to be sure to bag a window seat!
Republic of Cappuccino (The RoC)
Dolphin Centre, Victoria Pde
Air conditioned local café that serves espresso beverages, fresh tropical juices, smoothies and offers free Wi-Fi to customers. Look out for the ‘RoC Market’ which is held on the last Sunday of every month. Stalls in front selling everything from jams and chutneys, to handbags and jewelry.
Garden City, Raiwai
We have been reliably informed that these guys in addition to delicious coffees serve the best cheesecake in town!
One of Suva’s best drinking holes. There is a pub-like poolroom where you can watch sports on the big screen, or dance the night away in the trendy main bar, to a DJ or live-music.
Locals and travelers of all ages are welcomed to dance the night away to europop, soft metal, techno, peppy country and western … basically any-thing that keeps the crowd movin’ and groovin’.
51 Carnovan St
At the back of the restaurant, there is a cool and hip cocktail bar, that features weekly bands to dance the night away to.
A classy and more upmarket establishment, Onyx Bar offers a cool environment to enjoy both a cocktail and conversation. Dress code is smart casual, no flip-flops or sneakers.