Discover Restaurants offering the best Chinese food in Savusavu, Vanua Levu, Fiji. Savusavu is pure paradise. Originally established as a port for trade ships, the Fijian town is now a fast-developing tourist hotspot. Unsurprising, given its idyllic charm. Sink into hot springs for a rejuvenating soak or tour a private pearl farm that cultivates thousands of the multicolored treasures. SCUBA with world-renowned divers or splash in the spray of a majestic waterfall. Downtown, explore the vibrant wares of the local farmer’s market, where locals are happy to chat about Fiji’s foods and traditions.
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4 based on 91 reviews
We had takeaway one night and dined in the restaurant the next night, the food was absolutely beautiful. We sat outside as there is a covered area looking towards the harbour. Fresh seafood and delicious stirfry, I can not recommend this place enough.
Newly opened pastry and coffee shop with fresh fruit juice and smoothie. Great variety of food which includes Indian, Chinese and European. Great place to relax both indoors and outdoors sitting courtyard.
We went to Sugarlicious for dinner following a recommendation from our hotel. The restaurant has just opened and is run by a husband & wife couple who cooked us the most incredible curry. We were served a selection of lamb, chicken, prawn and fish curries (all of which were excellent) and a fantastic dhal. This is real home cooked authentic style curry, which is packed with flavour. In fact, we liked it so much that we booked in again for lunch later in the week. It is a little hard to find - down an alley off the Main Street in Savusavu, but well worth the effort. The restaurant itself is very small so probably worth booking in advance. Much appreciated, pleasure to be able to serve all of you.Vinaka
I have had great eating experiences at all other place is Savusavu, - decked out, seaview, oasis the royale,the wok, country kitchen,but thought I should venture up the stairs and try chong pong for a change. The grime was a bit off putting but I decided to try the basic staple of Combo fried rice for my first visit...The food was very disappointing, the rice had very few flavours, the meat was mainly bits of fat and the vegies were frozen mixed vegies- even though I could see the market with its many fresh vegies from the window where I sat. i will go back to my old favourites next time i eat out and dont see any reason to try Chong Pong again.
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