Super bad review, took a 1.26kg crab and opened the mouth and told me 1.5kg. I don't know how many Chinese they killed, and the friends who can see pay attention to this restaurant.
The food thief is slow, we came and sat there for a long time. No one paid any attention. This service attitude can hardly survive in China.
I spent a few days in Denarau Island, Fiji. This is an impressive Chinese restaurant in the center of Nadi. I saw it on Dianping.com. I found it when I was visiting the city center. The location is easy to find and the dishes are plentiful. The seafood is delicious, I will go there if I have the opportunity.
This restaurant is on the second floor of the road in Nadi Town. The location is easy to find. The plaque is huge. The food taste is okay. Can't ask for more than famous restaurants in the country. After all, this is a foreign country. It's enough to taste the taste of hometown. The steamed fish is done well.
A very cute shop. The owner is a talkative southerner. He talked about the definition of "foodie" for a while. The Chinese food tastes good, and the owner can stick to the business philosophy of fair evaluation. Speaking of eating back, the steamed eastern star spot, green onion and ginger lobster, and amaranth in soup are all worthy of praise. The Chinese food in a foreign country like this is worthy of the aftertaste.
I watched the strategy specially and found it when I got off the plane. The decoration of the shop is simple, the lobby is spacious, there are not many people, and the waiters are enthusiastic. I ordered Eastern Star Spots, Yuanbei, and Crabs are very fresh. The seafood porridge has mackerel fillets, squid, mussels and many other ingredients. It is delicious and satisfying.
Both of Fiji’s self-solved meals were eaten here. I read the reviews in advance and said that this shop is good, so I tried it. The restaurant is located on a corner of the main road in Nadi Town. It is not difficult to find a prominent shop. It’s not too small to go straight up to the second floor, there are halls and private rooms. The boss was very enthusiastic, and took the initiative to introduce the dishes, and made suggestions for the dishes we ordered based on the number of people and the seafood situation of the day. For example, the pipa shrimp he recommended was delicious. Seafood is mainly fresh and hygienic, and I feel that his house is good. After eating, the boss will send a car or help to call a car back to the hotel, the cost is 15 to 20 Fiji dollars.
I went to this restaurant on my first day in Fiji. The seafood was super fresh, but the taste was very weak. Four people ate 291 FJD. It’s very convenient for the owner to be Chinese