Rachael and Lauren came to Fiji for the first time. They were on a traveling holiday as they had gone to Thailand and Australia before coming to Fiji. This was a stopover after their island hopping holiday at Mana Island. They had a great flight to Fiji as they came from Australia so it was quick as well. Rachael and Lauren were volunteers at Medical Services Pacific.
“We heard about Nadi Bay Resort Hotel from a person that we met during our island hopping. We really love this place as it is so relaxing and quite. The staff at the hotel are very friendly as well and all our needs were greatly complied to, which is a bonus for this place. We really like the music band and the food is very delicious. Our tour hasn’t finished yet as we have to go to London and US of A. We visited Mana Island and Casteaway Island. The island is really stunning and relaxing. We would love to come back to Fiji and also make Nadi Bay Resort as one of our accommodators whilst we are in Fiji. From here we will be going to New Zealand and South America”, said the girls.
“Thank You very much for the wonderful stay and the great food”
Liz waiting at antoinettes restaurant Nadibay for her transport to church. shes very nervous and have been waitng for a long time for this day.Liz marries her high school sweetheart Thomas gannon at Matavolivoli methodist church, nadi.
Anntoinette’s was featured on the fijime[Tourism Fiji] Newsletter Feb Issue:-
Nadi Bay Resort has unveiled its new fine dining venue – ‘Anntoinette’s’.
The motivation for the opening of the restaurant follows the success of the hotel’s inspirational cookbook ‘Under the Mango Tree’ written by the resort’s co-owner Anntoinette Fifer.
The publication went on to earn world-wide recognition in 2007 when it was short-listed by the prestigious Gourmand International as one of the year’s best foreign cookbooks and the only title selected from the South Pacific region.
Experienced head chef John Petueli is the creative force behind a menu he describes as “the epitome of a European fine dining experience – at a very non-European price.”
With an intimate seating capacity for just 40 people and already proving popular, the resort suggests diners make sure they book ahead to make a reservation, telephone (679) 6723599.
An ‘Invitation Only’ cocktail was held in December to christen Anntoinette’s, Nadi’s soon-to-be thriving dining establishment. It’s the latest culinary initiative, and features renowned chef Jonathan Petueli.
A crowd of 50 VIPs caught their first glimpse of Anntoinette’s stunning interior. The restaurant was described as offering dining to locals and travelers alike.
Anntoinette’s wil appeal to Denarau residents, other well-to-do locals, the business crowd and, of course, a healthy dose of visiting tourists. With Jonathan at the helm, they’ll be smiling as often from his engaging personality as from his lovely food.
Judging by the reaction of invited guests, Anntoinette’s is set to spread cheer all year round when it opens its doors to the dining public